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Memory Card I bought a 2gb memory card, its a A-Data microSD for my  tungsten e2, but its not working, do you have a solution?

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Check if your e2 can handle a 2gb mem card, most unit made three years ago cant handle even a 1gb mem card. check your unit capability first before buying a new mem card . [:0)

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