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Cant save to 128mb mmc

I just bought a new 128mb mmc for my em-500. I can only save small files to the card. Larger files will not be copied. I formatted my card fat16 16kb cluster and installed the update pack 2.4. Any ideas?

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I can save successfully from my E-115 to my 128mb card. I have Flash Format installed, which indicates the following settings: Heads: 16; Cylinders: 948; Type: FAT16; Sector Size:512 Bytes; Cluster Size: 2kb. Are you using Flash Format?

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