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Put the card into the player, connect your player to your computer via USB, and open up "My Computer".

You will either see the player under the computer as something like "Sansa Clip", or you will see two new drive letters, one for the Clip's internal memory, and one for the microSD card.

If you see the two new drive letters, double-click on the one associated with the microSD card, and you will see the files on it (probably in folders, like "Music").

If you just see something like "Sansa Clip", double-click on that, and you should see two entries, "Internal Memory" and "Expansion Card". Double-click on "Expansion Card", and you will see the files on the microSD card.

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