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Old 11-09-2007, 10:16 AM
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The only problem that I have with creating playlists in explorer is, combing making playlists for files on SD card and Pilot.

Hopefully reformatting will help

Thats how I check how many songs I have, by the Play All button
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Old 11-09-2007, 02:11 PM
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Hmmm, I got my music on the sdhc card via UMS and it still shows 2000 exactly by the play all button. If look in windows explorer, it says 2048. I tried reconnecting with MTP and created a playlist with windows explorer, but that won't show up now. I guess I will transfer all my music with MTP and try making a playlist with windows explorer again with MTP. This is kind of frustrating. The only way I can get the playlists I have to work correctly is to format and transfer my entire library with WMP eachtime I want to update a playlist.
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Old 11-09-2007, 06:27 PM
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Wish I could help man

Add it as a bug to the suggestions thread, lets hope they will be able to address the issue
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Old 11-11-2007, 08:59 PM
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Do you know how fast your card is? I am using a class 6 (meaning 6 mb/s write speed) sdhc card that is 16GB. I am using about 12GB of that and I have a start up time that is probably just under a minute with bluetooth on.
I have absolutely no idea what speed the card is. A few nights ago, I spent an hour or so trying to locate specs for it--looked at least a dozen sites. I found nothing!

Apparently, SanDisk doesn't like to provide specs. And it would seem that the kind of folks who test cards for fun don't buy SanDisk. (now why might that be?) I think I'm done with 'em as well.

Oh well, at least I got the card on sale.
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Old 11-12-2007, 11:19 AM
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I have absolutely no idea what speed the card is. A few nights ago, I spent an hour or so trying to locate specs for it--looked at least a dozen sites. I found nothing!
micro.giraffe said it was a 2GB card. That is not SDHC (4GB+), and class ratings were introduced as part of the SDHC spec. See the wikipedia entry on Secure Digital for a list of standard SD speeds (plus I know I've seen 150x). You probably have one of the 0.9 MB/s ones.

I would be curious to see speed tests of equivalent sized cards with roughly the same amount of data at each of the SDHC's three class rating levels to see if it makes that big of a difference. I have a non-SDHC 2GB microSD card, otherwise I would offer my timings.

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Old 11-12-2007, 03:46 PM
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Yes, a class 6 sdhc would be the same speed as a 40x sd card, a class 4 sdhc would be about 27x, and class 2 sdhc would be about 13x for regular sd. So even a class 2 sdhc would be twice as fast during write as a standard sd card.
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