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Expansion slot for sansa

When I bought a micro sd card for my sansa and put it in, I then tried to utilise the memory (2GB's) but it won't allow me to use it and run things. For example I downloaded a movie using the proper software and it reads it on the sd card but I can't play it on the screen and use it. Is there something I should try to get it to read the expansion card? cheers

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At this moment you can only use the sd cards for music. If you want to watch a movie you have to put it on the mp3's internal memory.

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It should work if it was made by Sandisk and if it is a Micro SD memory card.

Posted on Jan 30, 2007

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    call sandisk and ask them why it is mafunctionning like this.

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