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SD Card Will Not Sync With PC


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#1 nivrip

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Posted 15 July 2013 - 06:39 AM

I have Windows 7 running Windows Media Player 12 & an 8 Gig SD card.

 

The PC recognises the SD card and I can play music from it through the PC. About a month ago I transferred music from WMP to the card having synced the two together. I am trying to transfer music again to the same SD card but it will not transfer despite there being 1.9Gb of space free. (even one track will not transfer)

 

I have tried syncing them together again using Set Up Sync but I get a message stating that they "will not sync right now" with a suggestion to "retry later". Trying later several times gives the same response.

 

Not quite sure what is going on here. I have trawled the net looking for answers but have got nowhere.

 

Anyone got any ideas on this one?



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#2 GB2064

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Posted 16 July 2013 - 10:39 PM

Just to be sure, might you have accidently moved the "write protection" switch on the SD card?






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