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How can i manage multiple micro sd cards on my sansa c250 MP3 player

I have a sandisk sansa c250 2 GB and 2 micro SD memory cards (1 GB each) that i can insert in the microSD slot.
I use windows mediaplayer to synchronize my music on the 2 GB fixed disk and the micro SD.
My two cards are 75% full.
When I change the card in the slot , I do not have access to the list of music pieces that are in this card. The sansa show me the music that is in the other card. I have to format and synchronize again the micro SD with the same music that was on it.
Is there a better way to manage this.
One other thing : is it possible to make a playlist with songs partly on the fixed disk and partly on the microSD.

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It might not be possible. sorry.

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