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Memory card incompatible

Thanks for prompt response.Does this mean that despite the SD Memory Card fitting perfectly,all SD Cards are not comaptible? Could there be a problem with the printer itself,which does however print emails etc perfectly??

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  • wbamick Sep 02, 2008

    Thanks.Will do as you suggest as this would seem to be the only slot that does not function properly.

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Your sd card slot may have problem plz ask your local vendor to check it.

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