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You may have partitioned it into two one GB memory cards, but that is unlikely. I think it may just be a 1GB card, or you have 1GB of space occupied. Also, if during the format, you specified the amount of space to format, that would have affected it. Do it again and input 2048MB.
the issue may be the ram is not the same like a PC100 will not work with a PC300 ram card but if you have the same like a 2GB DDR2 and a 1GB DDR2 it will work unless your computer can only see 2GB of ram then i cannot help you
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. randy320sgi
The Evo N610c is upgradable to only 1GB of memory. You're overloading the motherboard, it can't handle 2GB. If you really need 2GB, get a new laptop (or a PC, for that matter). Otherwise, I'd run (2) 512MB sticks of RAM to even out the workload.