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2gb sd card but available only 1gb

Hi i bought this 2gb sd card with a photo frame but when i tried to put an 1.35gb on it's says that i haven't got enough space.
And i checked in properties and it says at free space 1,013,170,176 bytes and next to this it says 966mb, used space 0 bytes
Can you help me please

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Levyveress,
Well you have a 1GB SD card, there are roughly 1,073,741,824 bytes max per gig. They vary slightly from USB flash drives it total bytes, but the number should be 1,930 (or something close) MB for the 2Gig SD card, bring it back it may have been mislabeled on the packaging.
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