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Do you remember what the name of the card was before you reformated it? Do you have the files that were on there before the reformat?
Windows Media Player is probably just looking at it as if it were another piece of media. There is no distiction between removable and hard disk. Now that that disk has been archived in Windows Media Player and it's directory structure cataloged it is looking for that same setup.
Recreating the volume as it was, might fix the problem but you will loose sorta the functionality of a removable media card.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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