Question about SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card
I have a 2gb card that I use in my Nokia 6234 cellphone. I use the SanDisk card reader to put music on the card. As soon as it gets to 499mb it get an error message: Cannot copy ___: The directory or file cannot be created.
I have re-formatted it and re-added the files, but everytime it gets to 499mb I get the same message.
Tried adding other format files and small but still will not.
I believe the Drive has gone Bad. It does happen where the system thinks th e whole drive is there, but the internal hardware just cannot access it.
Posted on Sep 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Micro SD problem loading music
Just a guess, but I'm thinking the problem may lie in the format of the media. Try to format in FAT32. Also make sure that the full card is used ( don't do only 500mb or such ) FAT file system used to only allow a certain amount of space for
(F)ile (A)llocation (T)ables, and I think only a certain length of file names ( I'm thinking 8 character ), while FAT32 allows for 32 character file names, and allows for more FAT table information. I wouldn't ty NTFS if it does allow, as some portable devices do not read them, but fat and fat32 should be universal...
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
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