deejayry

Biggest SD card?

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sorry if this question has been asked before, i had a search through the old posts but didnt find my answer.

does anyone know if there is limit to the size of SD card the blue angel can read?

thinking of getting a 2gig one but dont wanna shell out 90 quid and find it doesnt work

thanks.

Deejayry.

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Nice thats just waht i wanted to hear.

just out of interest what brand is it you have?

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the one that is guarenteed to work is from crucial memory - kingston doesnt work.

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the one that is guarenteed to work is from crucial memory - kingston doesnt work.

I have a 1GB Kinsgston MicroSD card with adapter, works a treat!

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Hmmm any chnace for a sd-card over 2gb ? Look at this one, its 8gb : Ebay-Link

Anyone using a 4gb sd-card?

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Hmmm any chnace for a sd-card over 2gb ? Look at this one, its 8gb : Ebay-Link

Anyone using a 4gb sd-card?

I am using 4GB from Mobymemory.com in my SPV M2000 Works fine

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sorry if this question has been asked before, i had a search through the old posts but didnt find my answer.

does anyone know if there is limit to the size of SD card the blue angel can read?

thinking of getting a 2gig one but dont wanna shell out 90 quid and find it doesnt work

thanks.

Deejayry.

The biggest one which the blue angel can officially support is the 4gb sd card. (NOT the 4gb sdhc card)

I currently have a 4gb sd card and it works fine.

Cheers.

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