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Nino 300 w/ memory card won't sync

Ecently got a 64 MB Apacer Compact Flash memory card for my Philips Nino 300. When I plug it in the whole device slows down some, and when I try to synchronize by way of ActiveSync I get the error "Timeout while searching for out-of-date appointments". Anyone recognize this? Any ideas? I'm lost right now...

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