When i bought it i used it whit an SD of 2GB, like 6 months later it stop recognized the SD Card, so i used one of 1 GB and everything was perfect until last week when it doesn't recognized the SD card. when it is starting it shot down, and when is connected to the computer just blink white and black.
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Hi,when you purchase a new micro SD card before use, youwill need to format the memory card so that you will be able to know the actual size of the Micro SD card by checking the details after formatting it.
After formatting the micro SD card and checking the details, if you still do not see the accurate size which is about 1.88mb or the about, that means the micro SD card you bought needs to be replaced. Not a good one.
yes this is correct, you can only have the same size memory card as what your iriver was originally. eg when I bought mine it was a 2GB so there for I could only add a 2GB memory card in it giving me a total of 4GB. if you buy a SD card of the same GB you wont have a problem
We have 3 of the original 512Mb Disney MixMax players for the kids and, according to the specifications printed on the box, the largest memory card you can use is a 2Gb card, you cannot use a 4Gb memory card with a Mix Max. I have further tested this fact by trying to use a 4Gb card myself and it will not work no matter how I try to format it or anything else. I decided to be smart: read the information they give you with the product and don't try to add a memory card that's too big for the item's capabilities. You have no choice but to buy several 2Gb cards like we did and put them in a carrying case so the kids hopefully won't lose them.
In my experience, every mp3 player/photo frame/etc with a card reader has a MAXIMUM memory limit for the type of card that it can read. It is possible that the Sansa player can only read 2GB Micro SD cards or smaller - and thisi nformation may not have been available when they printed the manual. If you have followed all instructions, and it still will not read the card, try switching to a 2GB Micro SD card.
Anything over 4GB is a Micro SDHC card, not a Micro SD card. It is a completely different type of card format on the inside, and despite the compatible size and shape, it will not work on devices labeled only as Micro SD card compatible. The Sansa e200 and up (e250, e260, ect.) are NOT COMPATIBLE WITH MICRO SDHC CARDS (Micro SD cards that exceed 2GB in capacity).
According to what I've read, you can double the original memory, but no more than that, so the max you can have on a Sansa e250 would be 4 GB (2GB internal memory and 2GB external memory). I also read that the micro SD cards holds
music only-no video.