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Compact Flash card compatiblity

E800 - can't see many CF types including Viking 256mb(Toshiba), PNY 1gb, Have tried formatting in a PCMCIA CF adapter but still not reading. Will read Kingston 256mb. Any one else struggling with CF Card compatibility?

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I don’t know why you PDA can not read your card but I found some infrmations about parts which are compatible with e800. As far as I know this types are compatible with e800. Compact Flash Memory Card 1GB (PX1076E-1NME) Compact Flash Memory Card 512MB (PX1075E-1NME)-Type I Compact Flash Memory Card 256MB (PX1074E-1NME)-Type I

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