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Old 08-13-2010, 05:53 AM
Kokroatch Kokroatch is offline
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Default 8GB Clip+ Transcend 8GB (speed class 2) card recognised as empty

Hi. First of all, this is a great forum, nice to become a part of it, so welcome everybody!

I have anew Transcend 8GB microSD card that I want to use with my Clip+. The problem is that under "Music->Folders->External uSD" menu my player shows "<Empty>" although the card has about 4GB of music on it. Artists and Albums are also not detected. Till date my observations are

- the card can be written and read without any problems by Windows and Linux machine. I can load the card through Clip+ as well (MSC mode, it is just recognised as additional removable disc)
- the card is formatted as FAT32
- the card is correctly detected and played witout any problems by iRiver E150 and my old Sansa c250 with Rockbox on it.
- the player sees the card because under "system info" I can see its proper capacity and proper amount of space left.
- I took another Clip+ from my friend and behaves the same way: the card aknowledged but recognised as empty. My firmware is 01.02.13 and my friends Clip+ is 01.02.15.
- ID3 tags are not a problem here (I guess) becuse if I load the same music to the nternal memory it works immedietly.
- I have also 4GB SanDisk (also 2 speed class) that is recognised and played by my Clip+ without any problems.

Any suggestions welcome!
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