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My new 8Gb Micro Chip Will not except music

Ive a Sansa e260, ive recently bought a 8Gb Sandisk Micro chip but my Micro chip will not except any songs/photos

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  • dbeebonus Jul 11, 2008

    my 2 gb sd mico chip has stop working and can not be reconized on my laptop and phone and all mi pictures and music i had on its is go and can not reconized

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The chip may be locked - consult the documentation for details. Also, that card is too big for the e260 to read - 2GB or less.

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