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Where can I get a hard drive to purchase

Hi, I have a 2Gb Sansa and I want to upgrade the hard drive. I cant find any sites online that will let me purchase the hard drive. Can you point me in the right direction?

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  • fred2dread Jun 14, 2008

    Thanks. I had actually changed the hard drive in my 2GB to 4GB after I bought a 4GB hard drive on ebay. But I guess apart from someone selling it on ebay or one of those sites there is no other way to get it.
    I wanted to go 6GB or 8GB but thanks for trying.


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You cannot upgrade the harddrive on an Mp3 player. You would have to buy components from a place like Samsung (but they probably would not sell to you), and make a custom-built Mp3 player. If this Sansa is the type that can take SD cards, you can expand the number of songs available somewhat by getting a 1GB SD card - anything bigger than 1GB MIGHT work, but then again, it might not.

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