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I think putting the card in and out of your phone may have slightly changed the alignment of the card to the connectors in the phone - try entering the card either to the left a little or the right but i have a feeling contact is not being made from the wear and tear. Does the card work in another phone? if yes then definitely not the card... but the fact that you have tried to use 2 different cards im thinking its the phone :(
Well it depends on the card you are using. A problem might the fact that the card reader doesn't read SDHC cards. This is not a problem you can resolve. You need to buy an external card reader that supports that type of card.
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Can it be read in another device if so i would say it is password protected in you card menu in the phone will be a section to enter the password.
sd cards just seem unreadable if the password has not been given and it wont prompt
I had the same problem and realised that you have to copy the file from the music section on your external memory to the sounds section. Firstly I sent an album to my memory card via windows media player and it went to the music section. My phone recongnised it was there on the external memory but not when I tried to play it through the mp3. I read an earlier message and it mentioned that the music needs to go into the sounds file so I copied it to that file and hey presto, I have music on my external memory that actually plays lol
Verify that you are using a microSD card (max 2GB), not a microSDHC (4GB or larger) card. You can use a microSDHC if you install RockBox on your Sansa C240, but it will be read-only. You will have to use an external card reader to copy media to it.