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1Gb SD Card

Hi, I've downsized a bunch of photos totaling about 423 Mb to put on my card, and the card will only load between 16-27 Mb before it says that it's full. The dialog box shows that there is over 900Mb empty space. I've tried this with two different cards with the same result. Both cards work fine in my camera, so it must be something I'm doing wrong, but I haven't a clue what it may be. I'm running OS X 10.4.10 on a Intel iMac Help! Thanks, Greg

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  • logdog Sep 05, 2007

    Hi again,
    Nope, didn't work. I get a dialogue box that says it can't copy any more because the card is full, but the card's dialogue box says there's 968.2 Mb available. When I click on "OK", the photo files that have just been put on the card are erased, so basically, I can't get anything at all to stay on the card. Jeez.
    Greg

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You have a hidden trash file on the card, emptying the system trash with the card mounted will also empty the hidden trash file on the card. To prevent this kind of issue and issues of your hidden system files showing up in windows, you can use a clean eject tool such as FinderCleaner www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/16996 to clean off all the hidden system files before ejecting the card, this is not strictly necessary and nor does it cause any harm it just prevents issues associated with these files.

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    Nicholas Wilson Sep 05, 2007

    In finder click Go, then click Utilities, then click Disk Utility and Format the card, if you intend to use the card with anything other than Mac OS X make sure you format it as FAT32, otherwise use HFS+ to considerably increase speed. Disk Utility also offers you a Verify Disk option so use this to check the card's integrity and post the result here.
    To be honest if this doesn't resolve it then you have a hardware fault with the card and it will need replacing.
    I am extremely surprised this wasn't the old trash issue as it usually is with the symptoms you described. The trash issue catches every inexperienced Mac user out because it's not an issue common to Windows.

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