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Write protect I just bought a sandisc 2G SD card. When I tried to copy music from my Mp3 player or from my computer, I got a message telling me to remove the write protection. How do I remove it so I can copy music onto the SD card (that is the reason I bought it after allght )? I have bought other brands of SD cards and all I had to do was stick it in the computer and download.

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The Sansa e260 can only use microSD cards. I believe the 4GB model can only handle the 1 or 2 GB cards. If you try to do any SDHC ones, then you may run into problems. I suggest right clicking the SD card on your computer screen after it pops up. Select Properties. There can be some help in this area. I suggest going to tools, and check for error problems.

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