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Recording onto memory stick

My Sandisk memory is full. I purchased a 2gb miccro sd memory card, inserted it thinking it would now automaticly transfer files on to my memory stick.
How can I tranfer files on to my memory stick while inserted into player?

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  • riverrock Jun 14, 2008

    When using Windows Media Player the microSD card is not seen. I can access it by setting the USB mode of the e250 to MSC. If I set the e250 to MTP mode (required for synch using Win Media Player), tracks already loaded to the microSD are duplicated in the fixed memory if they are in the synch list. So I can play tracks from the microSD but can't include them in a playlist. Pretty **** really.

  • Illum Jun 17, 2008

    Hello Riverock:

    I tried your recommendation of setting usb mode to MSC, the new file transfer went to the e250 internal memory with little memory space that is left here (100 mb), and not to the Micro SD card.



    I don't care to spend a hundred dollars plus for a new MP3 player just to have more memory like someone here had suggested when I have this Micro SD expansion slot on my player.



    I believe you Riverock may be my best help here with a little patience from you. I use WMP for loading up my music files and Sansa Media Converter for my photos & Mpeg.

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JUST GET A NEW MP3 PLAYER WITH LOTS OF MEMORY SIMPLE AS THAT!!!!!!!!!!


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What you do is if you are using windows media player to transfer songs onto the player where the device picture is, it is supposed to say NEXT DEVICE then you click on it. real simple really. its like to devices on one. it literaly is to devices in one. Hope this works. RATE PLZ :p

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