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Format 4gb sandisk sdhc card to be compatible with tom tom go 510

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  1. Format the card in your PC's card reader as Fat32
  2. Insert the card in your TT, turn on your TT, connect your TT to your PC, and from your PC find the drive letter that corresponds to your SDHC card
  3. Now format the card in your TomTom using Windows - don't worry if it formats to a lower capacity.
  4. Turn off your TT, remove the card, place in your card reader
  5. Format your card using "Quick Format"

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