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Not picking up memory card

I put my 1 gb sandisk memory card in my sansa e250 and its not picking up whats on the memory card

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  • taylorwithey Apr 15, 2009

    i dont have a slot in my computer for it...i need to get a usb adapter for it in order to do that.is that what i need to do is put the memory on the computer and copy it onto the mp3 player??the card was for my phone and it worked fine in there..

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Have you tried the card in your computer?

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This is what i did when i was having the same issuse with my 1GB memory stick too, that i was trying to get assess to using my Samsung F480. Instead of Formating the memory stick in the phone it self. Format the memory stick in a computer using the adapter that you get with it when purchased.

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You can add memory in 2GB chunks by using microSD cards. Photos and videos must be in the 2GB internal memory, but any music you put into a MUSIC folder on the card will appear and play on the Sansa. By putting different albums (or sets of albums) on different cards, you can easily switch between them.

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It will certainly take a 2GB microSD card.

This link on Sandisk forums tells how to check if you have a version 2 that will take a 4GB.

forums.sandisk.com/t5/Sansa-e200-series/Sansa-e250-compatible-with-4-GB-Micro-SD-Card

Where to buy one? My local supermarket has them, or you could check a camera store, or even office supplies. as well as the usual computer or electronics stores.
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4GB micro sd card.

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music only-no video.
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