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Moving music files from itunes to sd card imac

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i know this sounds really simple, but my stupid card is refusing to take the mp3s. ive tried dragging and dropping and copy and paste. the sd card is adapted from a micro to a full sized sd. would that have an effect??

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Hello,

What is the error message you are receiving when trying to copy the MP3s?
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Vlastimil Sopuch earned 500 total points
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Hi mate,

Format the SD card into ntfp format. Also check the write-protection on it(little switch).
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