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HD 720 does not seem to detect 4 gig SD memory card.

I put in my SD 4 gig memory card, but when I record I get memroy full after 36 seconds. It seems not to be using the card and just using is base memory.
How do you detect and use the memory card?
The memory is PNY 4 GB.

I try to format but it just formats the base memory.

Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Rob

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I think it will only take SD memory cards not a PNY.

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