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Not able to copy more than 1GB into 2GB Kingston SD card

I have 2GB Kingston SD card. When I checked the properties it is showing 1.83GB as available space. But I am not able to copy more than 1GB data.
Please help me.

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Hi 1123sun,

Copy your files off the card. Then Format the card and select FAT32 file system. After the format is done try the card again and see if you can copy more files to it.

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