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MC 9700 not recognizing compact flash files

I downloaded several files to my compact flash card today. When I inserted the card into the machine and hit the memory card button, it's not showing anything on the display screen or on the card. When I put the card back in my computer, I'm able to see all of the files. HELP, i paid a lot for the downloads and have projects that need them.

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Is your memory card larger than 1GB. If so the machine may not be able to read it. You will have to use a MC with 512MB or less.

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Your best source for this information is probably the site you got the downloads from. I'm sure you're not the first to have this problem and they should have ready answers for you.
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