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Old 07-24-2011, 05:52   #1
ando
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Default Sanddisk 32 gb sdhc card not working properly!

Just got my cowon d2+ 8gb which I love! I quickly filled up the 8gb and in order to get some more free space I bought a 32 gb sdhc card. The computer recognizes the card and I formatted it with the panasonic tool to FAT32. I tried to add some albums by directly copying the folders from my music folder to the sd card. Then I ran the player and db updated but noen of the albums where to be found. Do I need to create a new music folder equal to the one in the cowon folder? Hoping for a quick answer as I'm leaving for my summer cabin in 3 hours and I want more music and videos on my player. Thanks for any help!
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Old 07-24-2011, 07:58   #2
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I created a separate folder "Music" on my SD card and copied all the albums there into separate subfolders and it works like charm!
2 more hints:
  • Transfer titles in bunches of up to 1 GB to your card and let the DB update in between.
  • Check the tags of the files and delete any strange tags.

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Old 09-07-2011, 12:34   #3
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i dont use database based browsing, BUT I have found that using teracopy(google it) works very well for transferring large amounts of data to cards without causing some of the issues strait drag and drop/copy paste can cause.

and sa michael says, clean up your tags before loading the music onto the device.

I use dbpoweramp's editor to do an album at a time normally, removing any un-needed tags, then i run mp3tag over it to remove any extra tags like ape tags or older id3 tag versions.

can be a bit of work but once you get into the habbit of keeping your collection clean it its a breeze.
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