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Can not see my 2gb micro sd card

I just decided to clean up my sansa e250 today and formated the drive.  Seems to have been a mistake, because now I can't see my memory card when it is installed.  Did I delete a folder with special info in it?  Can I find this info anywhere to put it back in there?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks for your time.

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Only reliably reads 256MB SD card or less - anything more and it gets iffy

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Do you have a card reader on your pc? plug it in, open my computer, do you see the card there? if no.

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