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Step One: Tosavedata, useEASEUSData Recoverysoftware(freeversion-1GBof datarecovery).how: 1.Download and installEASEUSData Recovery 2.ChooseCompleteRecovery-Next 3.Choosethe drivemicro SD-Next 4.Save thedatato the harddisk(max.1GB) 5.Because ofyourmicro SD2GB,repeatthe process ofrecovery(repeatstep 2, 3,4) Afterall data issecure, do theprocess of removingthe micro SDpassword
Step Two: The first alternative- use thesoftwareHPDriveKeyBootUtility 1.Downloadand install thesoftwareHPDriveKeyBootUtility 2.Then, doubleclick the filecp006049.exe 3.Ifyou are usingWinXP,double clickthe filecp006049.exe-select Install. 4.Ifyou are usingWinVistaorSeven,double clickthe filecp006049.exe- selectextrack. 5.Then, open the program"HPDriveKeyBootUtility orhpdkbu.exe"-Next-selectdrive-Next-Create neworreplaceexitingconfiguration -Next-Harddrive-Next-Create newfile system -Next-waituntil theprocessis completed-Next-Finish. 6.Remove themicro SDfrom the USB port,theninsert it again. 7.Quickformatmicro SD(FAT file system) 8.Restoreall data,to themicro SD.
The second alternative- usesoftwareHDDLow LevelFormat Tool 1.Download and installHDDLow LevelFormat Tool 2.Selectmicro SD-Continue 3.ClickS.M.A.R.T-clickGet SmartAttributes 4.ClickLOWLEVELFORMAT-clickFormatthis device 5.Waituntilthe processis complete- pressOK 6.Remove themicro SDfrom the USB port,theninsert it again. 7.Quickformatmicro SD(FAT file system) 8.Restoreall data,to themicro SD.
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for reliability buy a dedicated micro sd reader as not all the adapters work. I hope I have been of help but please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions. I appreciate your vote if you appreciate my reply.
It sounds as if you have an SD card reader, not an SDHC card reader. While SDHC cards will fit into SD slots, they are electronically incompatible and will not work. SD devices are limited to cards 2GB and smaller. SDHC cards begin at 4GB and go up to 32GB.
The Sansa Express was only designed to hold up to a 2 GB Micro SD card because that is as much expandable memory it was meant to read. Anything bigger as in your case will cause the player to go slower than normal as it tries to read the card and after a while, it will most likely freeze. If you try it with a 2 GB Micro SD card, it should work.
I read somewhere that a 4 GB Micro SD card is the largest you can put in the SanDisk Sansa E260 expansion slot. It's maximum capacity is 8 GB, with internal + external memory put together. This is from what I've read. Hope this helps.