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Mine IS a Standard SD Card, Not HC

Mine is a standard 1gb SD Card, not HC, but it still won't recognize it. I'm thinking about trying a CF card? Any advise on that? Thanks.

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  • pianojan Apr 21, 2008

    I know NOTHING about how to format..........nothing whatsoever' HOWEVER, the good news is that I put in a CF card and it works perfectly. I backed everything up on it, and within HOURS, I had to use it to restore everything back.



    I went to an office supply store to get a new backup battery, (still don't know what kind I need), and when the guy tried to check, he removed the main battery, so ALL of my data was completely gone. Had I not gotten that CF card and backed everything up a few hours earlier, it would have been a nightmare and a total disaster!



    I would like to know what kind of backup battery I need, and also how to format an SD card. Thank you.

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Try to reformat it using different filesystem - use FAT not FAT32 or NTFS

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