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Formatting the mini sd card

Thanks for answering my question, but now i was wondering how to format the mini sd card without erasing my music files on the player itself. again i thank you

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Don't know if your sansa supports from the settings, info tab to select sd card and format, if not attach to pc (settings usb) and the first memory displayed will be internal the second will be microsd card.

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Supported files missing


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u formated the data(mp3s) and the players
firmware with them.

do get the firmware installer here:

http://www.sony.co.uk/product/nws-e-series/nw-e107

reinstall the firmware and audio manager

and next time just erase all the mp3s only (via file manager or windows exploerer
instead of blanking the whole player :-)

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