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SD card for TT one XL

Hi, I have bought a 2GB Kingston SD card and it wont work in my TT. When I put the card in and power up it comes up with arrow to remove card and a big red cross on the card. Please help.

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    Thank you. that worked.

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Card needs to formatted using fat32 in windows formatting options, then copy and paste your back-up files one by one to your new card.
Hope this helps

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