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4GB SDHC not compatible with hp iPAQ

Hi there....I just bought two 4GB SDHC memory cards for my hp iPAQ and they do not recognise it.  I would have thought that they would work.  Should they?

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Not neccessarily each one is designed to read certain amount of memory and if it wont read it it wont work. you have to check the specs on yor equiptment before you go purchase.

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