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Topic # 7299 4-Apr-2006 16:23
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iv got a nokia 6255 and it came with a 512mb mmc. and when i put music on, it doesnt recognise it on the phone. it works fine with the 32mb mmc. i put the misic on by putting the card strait into my computer slot. does anyone know what to do?

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  Reply # 32284 5-Apr-2006 12:53
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try reformatting the card as fat. Right click on the card icon in my computer. And do a full format



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  Reply # 32340 5-Apr-2006 18:10
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hey thanks for that, but the card just reverts back to fat32...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 32464 7-Apr-2006 00:27
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Hi

If the phone is under warranty, send it to Telegistics. I came accross this not so long ago, and it was accepted as an OBF, but then it was new, they may choose to repair your phone.

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  Reply # 32476 7-Apr-2006 09:39
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does the card work in any other device?

have you tried formatting as fat16?



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  Reply # 32480 7-Apr-2006 10:18
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it cant be formatted 2 fat16. it works in my computer. I tried the card in a friends phone and that didnt work either. im not sure why it just formats back ti fat32 after i format it to fat...


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  Reply # 32494 7-Apr-2006 12:48
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sounds impossible

what you mean is.. your computer doesn't know how to format is as fat 16?



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  Reply # 32496 7-Apr-2006 13:05
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well either that or it cant be. the only 2 option for formatting it it FAT or FAT32...

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  Reply # 32500 7-Apr-2006 13:35
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:-) so you want FAT




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  Reply # 32515 7-Apr-2006 16:31
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yes. but when i format it to FAT it goes back to FAT32, which it originally was in...

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  Reply # 32517 7-Apr-2006 16:43
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we appear to be in a loop :-)

take the card to someone else, who has a computer that knows how to make the old fat16 filesystem.



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  Reply # 32519 7-Apr-2006 16:53
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haha thanks, but i just took it in to the telecom shop and they sed its a problem with the card reader... they are going to send it away to get it fixed.

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