Yes you can use them. Version 2 players support all size SDHC cards. However version 1 players can only accept 2 gig regular micro SD cards, which can also be used in version 2 players.
HC means High Capacity.
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The Sansa e200 series machines work with microSD cards. Your 8GB card is actually a microSDHC card. While it fits into the slot, it is electronically incompatible and will not work. You need to use microSD cards, which are 2GB and smaller.
Later model Sansa such as the Fuze will work with microSDHC cards, but not the e200. Sorry if this wasn't the answer you wanted to see, but that's the way it is.
The e250 works with microSD cards. Your 8GB card is actually a microSDHC card. While physically identical, microSDHC cards are electronically incompatible. You need to use microSD cards 2GB and smaller.
You need to use microSD cards, 2GB and smaller. Your 8GB card is actually a microSDHC card (the HC stands for High Capacity). While a microSDHC card will fit into the slot, they are incompatible with the Sansa e200 series.
Cards bigger than 2GB won't work. The Sansa works with microSD cards. Cards bigger than 2GB are actually microSDHC (the HC stands for High Capacity) and use a different protocol. Newer Sansas such as the Fuze will use them but the e-series won't.
well buddy sorry for the bad news but you better stick to the regular micro sd only cause they havent gauranteed the use of sdhc and secondly our sansa os can support only 2gb by default of card..so dont dream... but the good news is if you install rockbox to your player you could use a 8gb card with ease.. www.rockbox.org but your on your own with rockbox its an opensource software for mp3player and its developed by nearly 350 people accross he world