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Konotori
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Registered: ‎12-25-2009
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Re: SDHC Question

Had the same problem with my SanDisk 8GB SDHC card (about $19 at Costco). It was discovered after power-off and I re-seated the card. The microSD slot could be a bit more bullet-proof, but it did work...

 

Did you try re-seating the card???

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Lobonca
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Registered: ‎12-27-2009
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Re: SDHC Question

It may take several MINUTES for all your audio files to be seen by the Nook. I have many files on my Nook and it takes quite some time for them all to appear.

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aztec506
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Registered: ‎02-19-2010
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Re: SDHC Question

My nook was not playing audio files from my micro card when I first put it in my nook a few weeks ago.  I called support.  I told him they were itunes that had no DRM and that they were mp3s.  I told him I had stripped some of the DRM from a few tunes.  He said that was the problem.

 

Well, long story short, that wasn't the problem.  The problem was that my tunes were ripped at high bitrates.  I converted all of them to 128 bps and they work properly, albeit slow to load.