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Microsd trouble I have a motorola razr and just bought a new 1gb microsd card for it. At first the card did not work beacse it said it was unformatted but i turned the fone off and back on and the fone recognised the fone. The carn now however will not let ma store things onit because it says there is insufficient storage space but there is nothing stored on the card yet. Any suggestions on how i can fix this problem?

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Either the card needs formating again, or you are still sending files to the onboard memory, in the pictures or sound menu, you have to switch the storage device to the sd card because it is not automatic; by pressing the button for options and then select switch storage device

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