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Anonymous Posted on Sep 19, 2005

Windows ce and memory cards

Hi. i just bought an nec mobilepro 780 handheld from the internet. it's not a BIG issue, but i heard that you can only use 16mb compact flash cards with it. is this true? if so, is there a patch i can get to fix it?

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MobliePro 780 can use up to 32mb of memory and not 16mb but but you can't get any higher cause its limited by Windows CE Memory Map. If nec will offer an upgrade for windows CE3 or higher problem could be solved.

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