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Re: Sandisk 4gb microSdhc wont read in computer
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"- Turn it OFF - Put it in the HOLD position - HOLD the center button IN while plugging into USB port, continue to hold for 5 to 7 sec even after plugged in. At this point MY COMPUTER recognized it. And it worked.
- go to WWW.MICROSOFT.COM - In the upper right hand search bar, type in MTP PORTING KIT download the first one. Now my Sansa Clip work perfect. I wish I would have talked to him last week before I returned the last one, for the same reasons.
If this does not help call the 1-800 # , opt #4, and ask for GUY (yes that is really his name)"
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The e-series uses microSD cards. Your 4GB card is actually a microSDHC card. While it fits into the slot it is not electronically compatible and will not work in the e250. You need to stay with microSD cards, 2GB and smaller.
The newer Fuze series will accept microSDHC cards.
Actually, it sounds as if the card is working. The more you have on the card, the more free internal memory you'll need so it can build its media database. Remove the card, then delete some files from the internal memory to free up space. Then reinsert the card.
Verify that you are using a microSD card (max 2GB), not a microSDHC (4GB or larger) card. You can use a microSDHC if you install RockBox on your Sansa C240, but it will be read-only. You will have to use an external card reader to copy media to it.
You must find the Sansa c250 menu that allows you to format the microSDHC card for use with media player. Most microSDHC cards are shipped unformatted. It is a new technology and there is no standard format for microSDHC cards as they are used to store many types of data. My cell phone uses one to store music, video,and photos, so the phone's manufacturer included a format command choice in the appropriate "phone memory" menu. Look for the microSDHC card in a "memory" menu. Follow the prompts to format the card. This only works on a NEW card. If you format a used card, ALL data will be lost. Formatting a card or a hard disk effectively prepares the memory to be written on, erasing any data previously written on it.
You might be running into a problem with the new card being a SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) card and not just a SD (Secure Digital) card. I have had similar problems with SDHC cards when I put then in older products that have regular SD slots (Photosmart Printer). The cards will still fit into the slots, however the method as to which they are read and written to is different which causes the problem. So, maybe try updating computer hardware drivers or mp3 firmware from the Sansa website. Also, if you can, exchange the 4gb SDHC for a 4gb SD card, this could be a pain in the ****, but this solution should fix your problem definately. Hope some of this helped.
The e260 works with microSD cards. Your 4GB card is actually a microSDHC card and won't work in the Sansa. With a microSD card, simply put music tracks into a folder called "MUSIC". When the card is installed, the Sansa will see the additional tracks.