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IPAQ Backup on SD

When performing backup with iPAQ Backup with saving it on SD card (HP 128Mb 253475-B22) often getting message "CRC failed". It newer happends when backing up to internal storage or CF (Sandisk Extreme III). Is it a problem of my particullar SD card or general problem?

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Re: iPAQ Backup on SD

Sounds like a potential problem with the SD card -- I'd try reformating the SD card and do another backup... If you still have the error, try another card...

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