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Nokia 6120c - MicroSD memory cards undetected

I have tried two memory cards - formatted and otherwise functioning 2 GB, which I have used in other phone for several months, and a brand new 512 MB one (which has been formatted by the manufacturer and some files camewith it).
The phone always displays something like 'no card inserted', not depending on which one is in. It won't even let me format. In older 3110c both work fine.
Is it because of broken phone, incorrect firmware version or have I done something wrong?

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Well, now I see what's the reason - it was not completely in.
You just have to push it with a match, pincette or something, I assume it is not possible with bare finger, to say nothing about taking it out again. At least, they could have written this somewhere...

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Try to format it with your old nokia 3110c then try again on nokia 6120c

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