08-08-2009 05:57 AM
Hi and welcome to the forums!
Go to your options icon, click scroll to the About option. Look for v4.x.x.xxx , this is what your device OS will look like:
Now check it against this chart to make sure you have the right media card installed.
If you are have the correct amount of memory, check the following options on the Blackberry
Media card support ON
Encryption mode NONE
Mass storage support ON
Auto enable Mass storage support when connected ON
If these are set right, test the media card:
KB15907 MicroSD card corruption requires a disk error-checking utility
Let us kknow how it goes!
12-24-2009 08:15 AM
I have a similar problem. Using OS 126.96.36.199 and media cards of either 1GB or 2GB, I cannot get the device to hard boot with a card in the slot. After booting with no card, I can insert either of these cards and perform a format with the device software. When I ask to remove the card, the device reports that it is not correctly formatted.
I reboot (without a card), insert one that was formatted through the device software and connect to my computer. I download a series of pictures using the Mass Storage option and Windows Explorer. Things should be OK, right? However, I can explore the contents of the card using that option from the Media menu, but I cannot open any images using the "Pictures" icon from the Media window.
Any guidance would be appreciated.