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EPSON RX600 PRINTER

MY RX600 WILL NOT READ SD CARDS OF 2GB OR 4GB.
IT MWILL READ A1GB OR LESS CARD?

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    Does anyone know if there is a firmware update that can solve this?

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Below is a chart of memory card capacities that have been tested by Epson. Testing was done before the products were released.
Please use this chart as a general guide line.

MEMORY CARD TYPE MAXIMUM CAPACITY TESTED
Compact Flash 4 GB
Secure Digital 1 GB
Sony Memory Stick 1 GB
MagicGate Memory Stick 128 MB
xD Picture Card 512 MB
Smart Media 128 MB
Any size of card other than that which is indicated above may work, but is not supported or guaranteed.


sorry for this one :(

Posted on May 09, 2008

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