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Not work from win98 i am athlon 850Mhz from package is Re-order No00326: 52X-SD-1GB from card is printing 8GB i use this card on USB2.0 To23-in1 Card Reader

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In windows 98 u have install driver of card reader from the cd come with your card reader if u not have the cd then u have download driver from the internet here is the one site u can download from it

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The only sd card i can find locally is an 8gb marked PNY SD HC it says on the packaging that this is new technology and only compatible with SD HC host devices. Is this card suitable for the Vivitar...


To be correct, the 8GB card is not an SD card but an SDHC card.

The 925DVR can use both SD and SDHC cards, up to 32GB in size. There should be no problems with the PNY card.

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Will not read sd card


The SD card slot will only read up to 8GB. If the SD card is over 1GB you should format it to FAT32.
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How big a memory card can you put in a DMC-FZ20 camera? I just got an 8 GB card and get "Memory Card Error" all the time.The old 256 MB card works fine.


An 8GB card is not SD, but SDHC (High Capacity). SDHC cards fit the same slot as SD cards, but they are slightly different and many cameras do not work with them.

I have a DMC-FZ20 myself, and use a 1GB card. That is really plenty of space. If you want more (going on holiday?) then just carry a couple of spares. The manual doesn't mention memory cards larger than 1GB. Probably there weren't any when it was written.

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Why can't you use 8GB memory card in Z710


I have a kodak z710 camera with a 2 gig card in it. I was wanting to get a 4 gig sdhc and i wasn't sure if the HC would work with this camera. HC stands for high capacity which means it allows the camera to load files on to the card faster. this may be the problem the kodak may not be HC compatable. but as i have said i have a 2 gig and it works fine with that. and i have a friend that has a 4 gig in thiers but once again i don't think it is HC so i would exchange the card if you can for just a regular SD/MMC card or SD card

Jan 20, 2010 | Cameras

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Cannot install 4GB card into TL220. Do I have the


According to Samsung's page on this camera, the following memory can be used:

External Memory(Optional) : Micro SD (up to 4GB)
Micro SDHC (up to 8GB)

4 GB is acceptable, but I think you do not have the correct type of card. You should be using a Micro SD or "Micro Secure Digital" (up to 4GB capacity) or a Micro SDHC or "Micro Secure Digital High Capacity" (up to 8 GB capacity) card. This is very different from an SD or SDHC card. These Micro cards are very small (smaller than your thumbnail) and are often packaged with an SD adapter card. Regardless if sold with or with out the adapter, the package should say Micro SD or Micro SDHC on it somewhere.



Oct 02, 2009 | Samsung Cameras

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Access data on 8Gb SD card


Hello,

Some older card readers will not read the newer HC-SD cards all memory cards larger that 4gb are HC-SD. You need to get a new card reader that states HC-SD compatible. Office Depot sells them as well as many online sites. Then just plug the new reader into a USB port and go.

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Jul 23, 2009 | Electronics - Others

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Polaroid i733 card error


The i733 works with SD cards. Your 8GB card is actually an SDHC card. While it fits into the slot, it won't work. You need to go with SD cards, 2GB and smaller.

Jun 13, 2009 | Polaroid i733LP Digital Camera

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8GB SDHC Cards


Your camera will accept a maximum SD card capacity of 1GB. It simply isn't capable of handling anything of a larger capacity and in particular is incompatible with the more technically advanced SDHC cards.

Your fix is to either replace your camera with a later model or to stick to using SD cards with a maximum 1GB capacity.

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Accessing MicroSD Card - Sansa c240


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The memory won't read 9GB. It should read 1GB of the built-in memory, and then 8GB or slightly less from the SD card. They are actually separate "drives". From this standpoint, it seems like there are 2 possibilities:

1) The player isn't compatible with that new, top of the line SD card. (Most likely the case.)

2) The card is defective and needs to be exchanged under warranty or your money refunded.

Please let me know if this helps. Good luck!

Feb 28, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa c240 MP3 Player

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