Anyone experienced issues with the class-10 32Gb Sandisk Extreme (60mb/s) cards on their Tera player? I have a couple of those and they were working fine. When I reformatted the cards today and loaded some music on them, the Tera player couldn't read them, i.e. blue light constantly on. At first, I thought it was the files; I was converting flacs (which were previously converted from aiffs for my other DAPs) to wavs using XLD, so I took out the CDs and re-ripped them directly to wavs. Still no luck. I even tried another identical class-10 32Gb Sandisk Extreme (60mb/s) card. Constant blue light. :(
Then I took out some old cards, class-10 32Gb Kingston (30mb/s), reformatted them and loaded the same tracks to one. Tera recognized and play the music instantly! Tried again on another class-10 32Gb Kingston (30mb/s), no problems.
I guess I can safely say the class-10 32Gb Sandisk Extreme (60mb/s) card was the culprit. But why did it work fine for so long then?
Tera is one player with strong character both externally (the look) & internally. My experience is slightly different from yours as I experienced the blue light continuously on when insert a card the very first time (but not necessarily happens every time, maybe once out of 10). But this problem can be eliminated by pull the card out and re-insert. Why this happens? No idea.