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Topic # 7227 30-Mar-2006 09:01

After reading all the information there was to offer on this subject i took the advice of other g/z users and got a kingston mini sd card for my nokia 6265.................. unfortunately i am unable to format the card for my handset and its really beginning to peev me off.

I was wondering if anyone out there has a soloutin for me?????

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Reply # 31757 30-Mar-2006 09:36
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What size is the card and what is the error message you get when you try to format the card?






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Reply # 31761 30-Mar-2006 10:25

its a 1 gb memory card  saysd unformatted and will not give an option to format

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 31762 30-Mar-2006 10:32
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Checked Nokia's specs for the 6265, and it is supposed to be able to handle 1GB mini-SD cards. The only other things I can think of is that you've write-protected the card, or that it is faulty. Do you have any other device or card reader (an SD adapter may be needed) to try it out in?






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Reply # 31763 30-Mar-2006 10:46

Yup works in my harrier fine and dandy like just the nokia wont take it.  I dont know what to do

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Reply # 31764 30-Mar-2006 10:54
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Hmm... sounds like it's an issue with the mini-SD controller Nokie uses. Have a read of this thread on Geekzone in which Paradoxsm has a suggestion on how to fix the problem.






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Reply # 31766 30-Mar-2006 11:03

i wish to publicly state i am a dik..................... paid a bit more attention to what i was doing and realised they have given me an imation card and not the kingston i asked for so taking a trip to the shop now.  Thanks for your help

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Reply # 31767 30-Mar-2006 11:07
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Heh. Oh well, good that it was sorted out.




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