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Anonymous Posted on Apr 20, 2014

SD Card capacity for Rio Forge 512

My Forge 512 has no problem recognizing a 2 GB SD card. But when I add music to a 1gb card it says I need to remove music because it is over capacity? It has the latest Firm ware installed. Why will it not accept a lousy 1 gb SD card that is not full? THX APG

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Anonymous

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  • Posted on Feb 11, 2009

SOURCE: SD Card memory capacity

I have a Rio 512 and love it. I just instaled a 2 gb card and it works great.

Hope this help

Kenny

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Anonymous

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  • Posted on Mar 06, 2009

SOURCE: Forge not recognizing SD Card

the socket where card is installed may have internal loose element so its not detecting.check out the card in another device and also check another card in your device.this will confirm the fault.

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