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MicroSD wont work in MP3 player

Hello, I bought a Sandisk 2GB microSD memory card and I put a video on it, just to test it. I put it in my MP3 player and it wont recognize it. I have a SanDisk Sansa e250 2GB MP3 player. Please help me.

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Mp3 player wont recognize videos....jus mp4 will do it if the video is in mp4 format

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