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I thought about trying a new card which is in line with what your thinking...the only problem with your suggestion is I don't have any files on the current card..I delete them once I transfer them to my computer. Any other thoughts? Thanks

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Please note when you buy a card you need to check the compatibility and max size your player can support ,,, I saw the posting and your problem was solved ......



Good luck...

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can you try another card on it? this would seem to be mainly a card problem I wonder if there is a software update for the device available I will look into that.

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