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IPAC 2210 + 2GB SD Cards

Hi all Sorry if this has been covered before, couldn't find it. My 2210 seems not to recognise a Sandisk Ultra 2GB SD Card...? Is there a patch or something i am not doing..? Any help appreciated.

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FYI - Use the SDIO update from the HP site, then do a hard reset and maybe even a couple os soft resets. Interestingly, it takes a while for it to appear (the SD Card). Even if you take it out and put it back, you will need 1 or 2 soft resets to get it to show up.

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