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Card reader Why won't my reader read my 4gb sd (micro sd fitted in an adapter)? Its ok with a 2gb/micro/adapter, can reader be upgraded? or retro fit usb add on? Thanks. Michael

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  • myplaydayz Aug 25, 2008

    Great, many thanks.

    Michael

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    MICRO SD ADAPTER /HOW TO USE

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Because your reader doesn't support SDHC (4Gb or more)

If you buy a USB SDHC compatible reader, it will be fine.

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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    Steve Rand Aug 25, 2008

    Thankyou for the feedback!

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