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I have a number of SanDisk cards of varying sizes. I recently purchased two SanDisk Ultra 8GB cards for my Nikon D300s camera. I have found however that the new cards cannot be read by my Jobo Giga One portable storage device. It is as though the Jobo thinks the card is blank. I have checked the Jobo with the older disks and it is working perfectly. Any ideas? David Pirie

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Each device has a limit in the size of a memory card which it can support - access and use. In the case of your Jobo Giga One that limit is 4 GB. There is nothing you can do to change that, it's a hardware limitation. Just don't use that card in it.

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