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Phone won't read 256MB card with pictures

I can't get get it to read the 256mb card that it came with. We are just trying to get pictures onto the phone. I am transfering JPEG photos directly to the disk. Should I simplfy the names of the photos?

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the phone recognises microSD[transflash] card!..so pls try formatting the card once and then try to use it or check the card with ur friends phone so that we can understand if the card has got locked with your mobile..hope this will solve your problem!. .

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Here's the manual (free download)
http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/OLYMPUS/C-150-_E

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(3) A 2GB card, if it worked, would store an infeasibly large amount of pictures on one card - it would be very hard to sort them, and you really would have "all your eggs in one basket" - remember that card, like any other magnetic media, can fail, especially over time.

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