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I bougth a 4GB SDHC card for my 1 GB ilo w/expansion slot, will it work

There was an awesome sale at Office Max on the SDHC (High capacity) memory cards. I just bought the ilo 1 GB mp3 player for my daughter for Christmas and was wondering if the SDHC card will work with it or if I need to take it back and exchange it for a 2GB regular SD card.

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Re: I bougth a 4GB SDHC card for my 1 GB ilo w/expansion...

My new ilo 1gb mp3 player's manual reads: you can use up to a 1 gb sd or mmc card. hope this helps. :)

Posted on Dec 06, 2007

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