Hello, I have the Sony MP3 Player, the burgundy one with 2GB in memory. My battery died, so I hooked it up to my computer to charge with the USB cord, and now it's frozen on the black screen that says "WALKMAN, every moment has it's music." I've tried turning it off, but none of the buttons on my player are working right now. I don't have a charger to plug into a jack, just the USB cord, I use that to charge it. Please help me, I need my music everyday! It makes me happy. Thanks in advance!
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Well, the most memory from a micro sd card the Sansa mp3 player can take is 2gb, because anything more will freeze up the player because it was not designed to read that much memory. So if you have a 1gb or a 2gb memory card, then you can use them.
I can help! The mp3 player's are only built by standard specifications and they are only built to work with 2gb sd cards at the max. so i suggest using the 2gb sd card or buying an mp3 with more memory space.