Solved Fat viewer on an SD memory card

February 11, 2017 at 08:54:24
Specs: Windows xp
Is there a programme that can read fat table how mp3 s are stored on an SD card and copy to clipboard so I can use it to make a play-list, because the order is not the same as it shows up in the file view

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February 11, 2017 at 09:41:58
I don't know of one but there might be some other way forward. On computers, storage order is not specific to SD cards - it can be set for anything. What are you playing the mp3 files on (player name if it is a computer) and are there lots of them?

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February 11, 2017 at 10:49:24
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Why would you go to all that trouble to make a playlist? It doesn't matter where they're physically located on the drive. Besides, windows is going to place them wherever they can fit on the drive knowing its file view will show them alphabetically, by date or size (whichever you select). So even if you can list them in physical order on the drive it may not be what you expect.

If you want your playlist ordered in a way file view doesn't provide there is software you can use that will do it for you. Here's some examples:

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