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Trouble With Receiving Calls...Please Help!

I recently switched from a 32 mb memory card to a 1 gigabyte one and some problems have came up after a few months of using it. Sometimes I'd get phone calls and during the phone's ringing it would freeze up and cut off then restart. Sometimes the call would go through, but most of the time the phone cutting off would be the result. This problem has been plaguing me for a few months now. I have a theory that the problem arrived from having too many things stored on the phone and it needs flashing. I'm not sure so I'm looking for some professional and/ or experienced help from you guys. I have one of the latest versions of Symantec Anti Virus software and I do regular scans but nothing comes up. If ANYONE can help solve this, please do! I would greatly appreciate it. You can send advice or suggestions to me via e-mail to Thanks again!

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The phone needs to be reflash.

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The list of approved memory cards was obtained from the Nikon Site directly, and pasted below for your convenience.

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