03-08-2009 07:42:02 PM
I had a 2GB Sandisk card for my Blackjack II, and it worked OK for a while, but it can now no longer be read by my phone or computer. I tossed it and bought a 4GB PNY card. Both my computer (running Windows 7) and my phone recognize it. I copied over 2GB of music files from my computer to the card using the SD adapter that came with the card and my computer's card reader. When I put the card back in my phone, however, the phone recognized the card but could not see any files on the card. I tried taking some pictures and video with the phone and saving them to the card, and that worked flawlessly. I took the card out and put it back in my computer again and tried copying the files again. Once again, when I put the card back in my phone, it couldn't see the files.
Windows 7 doesn't have a driver for the Blackjack II, so I can't transfer files via USB to the memory card. Does anyone have ideas on what the problem with the card might be? Does the card's formatting need to be changed? It's currently FAT32...
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03-12-2009 12:03:10 PM
The problem might be with windows 7.
If you have access with a windows XP / Vista machine, try to copy over a couple files onto the card and see if the phone sees them afterwards.
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06-17-2009 01:13:34 PM - edited 06-17-2009 01:14:14 PM