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Up-grading from tungsten E2 to TX existing SD card not recognised

Having recently up-graded from a tungsten to the TX model, when I insert the existing SD card (that holds the maps for my sat nav) the TX says "no card inserted". When the TX is turned off an I insert the card, the inserting of the card switches the TX on - so its "feeling" something but not reading it. Is it possible that a card that was compatable with the tungsten is not compatable with the tx? I also have a problem in as much as the tx does not now fit the Kirrio GPS cradle that held the tungsten - is there a TX module available that I can simply drop in to replace the exisying one that is badged as P-TE/Zire72? If not, what is the cheapest way to link up the TX to my exiting cradle/GPS module or start again using the TX's bluetooth capability?

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What size SD card are you using? TX supports 2Gig cards with no prb. I did hear that some are having prbs with 4Gig cards. Also, make sure that the card isn't locked from being read, by checking the little slider knob on the card.

Posted on Feb 09, 2007

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