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700W SD Card
I have a Treo 700w. The Palm website says 2 gig SD card is the max size
test by Palm.
Has anyone tried a 4 gig SD? Did it work?
Re: 700W SD Card
On Sun, 05 Nov 2006 23:59:49 GMT, "Bob Schiros"
graced this newsgroup with:
>I have a Treo 700w. The Palm website says 2 gig SD card is the max size
>test by Palm.
>Has anyone tried a 4 gig SD? Did it work?
only 50% of the time. ;-)
Re: 700W SD Card
> I have a Treo 700w. The Palm website says 2 gig SD card is the max
> test by Palm.
> Has anyone tried a 4 gig SD? Did it work?
No go. I plugged my RiData 4GB X150 SD card into a friends to see what
the phone would play.
Even more interesting is NONE of the notebook PCs at Circuit City, Best
Buy or Dell's mall kiosk....NONE of the notebook PCs would read it
either! My AMD Turion 64 Gateway will only read 512KB, so I'm told by
Gateway TS chat. We tried HP, Gateway, Dell, Acer, Sony, Toshiba...all
models of laptops...Some wanted to format the 4G card as it didn't
understand it....others, including my Gateway, simply ignored it.
That really needs to be FIXED! Try your 2GB SD card in some
notebook/laptops when you get a chance. Microsoft's SDA Compliant SD
driver is dated way back in 2002 before these cards were invented. All
the desktop computers, like my cheap Emachines AMD Athelon 64 read/write
them fine....The Dell photoprinter at the mall printed the pictures off
it fine. The Dell Axim X51v PDA under Win Mobile 5.1x I returned because
it crashed all the time, lost program control and didn't support mobile
Bluetooth gadgets like headsets and keyboards...supported the 4GB SD card
just fine...when you could keep it booted.
Halloween candy left over.....
Is there a downside?
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