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4150 and SD card capacity

My 512M card contains on its first level 15 directories and 2 files. The sum of the stored files is 232M. The system properties, both on the ipaq and on a card reader, are: FAT, capacity 481M, used 417M, free 64M. I cannot understand the difference between 232M and 417M. Can I do somethink to gain more space ?

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I had this on a 2GB card. I tried formatting it on my PC but it was still reporting 1GB in use even though it was empty. I then downloaded Pocket Mechanic and formatted it with that on my Ipaq and this worked for me... http://www.pocketgear.com/software_detail.asp?id=12178&associateid=373.

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