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Ngong Kenneth Posted on Apr 17, 2013

My microSD Memory card gives Unsupported file error on mp3 music

All MP3 sounds say Unsupported format

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Bilal Ahmed Qureshi

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  • Posted on Jan 16, 2011

SOURCE: my microSD card memory is

HI there,
It seems that your memory card is infected with the virus which restricts you from formatting,
To Format the memory card:
Take out the card from the cellphone, Insert your memory card in the card Reader, (External more preferably or internal memory card if you are using laptop),
When window recognize that memory card is inserted , Just hit cancel and do not open your Memory card.
Right click on my computer and select Manage Then Select Disk Management it will show you the list of installed Hard Drive, DVD , and memory cards, right click and select your memory card (On the left size you can see the size of the memory card) and select Format, a pop up screen will come and you can select format options. Select Perform a Quick Format. and then click OK, it will format your memory card, and all the data will be erased from the memory card,
Caution: Always select the right partition in Disk Management for formatting to avoid any possible data loss,
If you require more assistance, feel free to reply to this post
Regards-BA

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Anonymous

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  • Posted on Sep 23, 2008

SOURCE: MicroSD wont work in MP3 player

mp3 player wont recognize videos....jus mp4 will do it if the video is in mp4 format

Anonymous

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  • Posted on Feb 28, 2009

SOURCE: Error Formating Sandisk 2GB microSD Memory Card

It needed antivirus in ur pc or mobile so u can check there is any virus in ur memory card
Just like formating when u attach it to pc right click mouse button, it shows scan with ....... ur antivirus's name , click on it which starts scanning for virus or if u have any antivrus in mobiles just select that icon & start scaaning for virus

There are some of antivirus product available on net u can serach & download it free

Regards

Sandesh

Let me know ur comment on this solution

Anonymous

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  • Posted on Jun 24, 2009

SOURCE: Transferring music files to microSD card

It says on the manual this this phone accepts microSD™
memory cards up to 2 GB (depending on memory
card manufacturer and type). Check with your phone manufacturer if there are known issues with a particular memory card brand.

Also, try connecting the memory card to your computer via memory card reader and see if the card will be detected. That way, you can check whether the card is working or not. Save the music files from the PC to the memory card, then see if the music files will appear when you insert the card to your phone.

Anonymous

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  • Posted on Aug 01, 2009

SOURCE: When I Go To Music Player with the memory card in

did it ever work or is it a new idea of having a hugh memory bank the SDHC will not read with old tech stuff 2 gig SD is at best

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