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Try to connect it directly without any driver ..and see if it is seeing the memory card inside like a separate drive (removable memory device ) in the My computer folder..Even from the Chocolate this can be done ...and I used to have a chocolate and never used a driver....every time I used to connect it ..it was seen into the My computer as a removable storage device ...just like a memory stick ..
I have posted information in 'hints and tips' regarding media files (pictures mp3s etc). The first thing to remember when sending files to your phone is that they have to be done one at a time as the phone memory is limited. The phone has a memory card inside it which is extra/external to the phone memory. What is confusing is that you cannot send files directly to this memory card so each file you send to the phone has to be moved to the 'external memory' before you send another to the phone.
I had the same problem... when you go into MP3s in My stuff, look to the top right corner and you will see a little tab that looks nothing like a memory card, well that's your memory card... touch that and it will take you in to see what's stored on your card! =)