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I've bought a 4GB SDHC card, but it seems the DV2000 doesn't seem to accept it.

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It has maximum memory up to 1 gig wont akcept 2gig

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Hi,
That camera does not support SDHC cards only SD memory cards, take the card back and i expect they will gladly swap it for you.



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