Question about SanDisk Sansa c240 MP3 Player

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Help my sansa c240 is not reading mi micro sd card please help i dont know what to do

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  • solo 13 Mar 03, 2008

    yes it is for the sandisk brand

  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2009

    I put my 4 GB SD card in my player, but it won't show up on my computer!!!

  • Anonymous Jan 17, 2009

    I have both a c240 and c250. I purchased a Kingston 8 gig microsd,

  • Compliant — with the SD Specification Version 2.00



  • Well it works on my c250 but not on my c240. So either c240 is not compliant with SD Specification Version 2.00 or my player's defective.



    just an fyi.

  • verymad201 Jan 24, 2009

    My Sansa c240 does not seem to detect the 4gig SanDisk microSD. It is plugged in all the way but does not register on the MP3 under Settings - System Info or as an additional drive when view on my laptop via the USB connection. Any ideas anyone???

  • ibcanadian Jan 29, 2009

    Yeah I am also not able to view the 4GB Sandisk Micro SD card. If someone knows how to fix this I would be eternally grateful.

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    Are you sure that it is for the sandisk brand ?

    Posted on Mar 03, 2008

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    Accessing MicroSD Card - Sansa c240


    wlubbert,

    The memory won't read 9GB. It should read 1GB of the built-in memory, and then 8GB or slightly less from the SD card. They are actually separate "drives". From this standpoint, it seems like there are 2 possibilities:

    1) The player isn't compatible with that new, top of the line SD card. (Most likely the case.)

    2) The card is defective and needs to be exchanged under warranty or your money refunded.

    Please let me know if this helps. Good luck!

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