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Old 05-18-2010, 04:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well i am a new blackberry forums member not a new black berry owner, and i am having a problem with a micro sd card issue.

maybe it has happened to someone before, here goes.

when listening to music off my micro sd card, i often here music that was previously on the card even after a format play over the music i am listening too. kind of like a misfile, so to speak.

example: jay-z was previously on my memory card, deleted it, had to format it, cause the folder wasn't empty. now on my memory card is Elvis. as i am listening to jailhouse rock, about 30 seconds in, jay-z reappears after deleting it and reformatting it.

is this a corrupted memory card, or has this not happened to anyone before, and it happens on almost all the albums that i put on even after deletion and formatting, it isn't for just one song.

wasn't sure where to post this, so did it here.

if anyone has a similar problem and can help me out would be greatly appreciated, as i have tried numerous options including the contacting of the manufacturer which is PNY
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Try to put off memory card and check your phone memory music and entry with some song. it work fine without "jay-z".
after that put in memory card.

or have your try with another memory card ?
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i don't have any music in my phones memory except for the demo that came with it.
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another memory card ?
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If it is only 1 single short segment of a song that interrupts any new song written to the memory card, it is most likely a bad block in the memory card that cannot be erased so it is persistent no matter what. Flash memory is erased in blocks instead of bytes so it is possible that any bad block would actually contain a few seconds of music.

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