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Ipaq rz1710 Hi, I have just recently began to use my Ipaq which has been laying around for some time. I have just inserted a 2gb memory card which I can find on settings but when I try to download for example songs, I get the error message "unable to fit on device". My problem is memory card is recognised in program, has 1946.63MB space, but when trying to download programmes from computer, memory is not recognised.

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Just format your memory srtick w/ the PDA and / or computer.

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