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Music + 2 Gb-sd-card = ?

I bought a 2 gb card and loaded 100 music files on the camera. the pc shows that everything's fine but the camera says that there are no music files on the camera. the jukebox-program, however, shows me all the correct files on the sd card AND the needed space is used on the card!

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Just an FYI, I bought a 16 GB SDHC card for my eware (Panasonic SV-AV20) and found out that the highest compatible card for this device is only 1 GB! (according to http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/sd/connect/d_snap/sv_av20.html). I kept getting a "CHECK CARD" error so I know it won't work. You might want to see if your devlice is listed on a similar chart. 

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