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RCA M202C SD CARD PROBLEMS

256 MB RCA M202C WILL NOT READ A 1 GB SD CARD. WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? RCA IS NO HELP. IT TOOK THEM 3 DAYS TO SAY NOT TO USE SD HIGH CAPACITY. I DON'T KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS. IT ALSO SAID 1 GB OR LOWER WAS COMPATIBLE.

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SOURCE: SD card in MP3 player

Was the SD card in the MP3 player when you loaded the songs or did you load them some other way?  You may have to first put the SD card in the MP3 player first, then load the songs onto the player.

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SOURCE: ipod problems

reformat the ipod through my computer using the right click on your mouse then see if the problems go away

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SOURCE: 40 GB Kingston Pendrive Showing 8 MB & unable to format it.

Format it using a format utility which you can download it from any free software sites, type in format utility.

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SOURCE: sansa mp3 player could not detect micro sd add on card

you can change it undr Settings and then scroll around to USB. tap the >>| button and change the USB settings there.

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SOURCE: Don't have a user manual for the RCA M202C Audio Player

I cant get the song to download to the card..what am I doing wrong

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