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Additional memeory i am trying to add memory by putting 4gb microsdhc card. In spite of putting the card in specified slot, computer does not recognise the additional memory. Can you help me?

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Same problem here; the SD slot will not read SDHC...
Solution: Try a usb adapter instead, works for me.

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You might be running into a problem with the new card being a SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) card and not just a SD (Secure Digital) card. I have had similar problems with SDHC cards when I put then in older products that have regular SD slots (Photosmart Printer). The cards will still fit into the slots, however the method as to which they are read and written to is different which causes the problem. So, maybe try updating computer hardware drivers or mp3 firmware from the Sansa website. Also, if you can, exchange the 4gb SDHC for a 4gb SD card, this could be a pain in the ****, but this solution should fix your problem definately. Hope some of this helped.

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