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Topic # 8239 14-Jun-2006 21:13
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Anyone know what the deal is? I went to replace my miniSD with a 2 gig, then i read some are incompatible.

I have a 2gb myflash 150x card. Dont want to open it unless I know its going to work.

I read that 130x wont work? but I also read that the phone wont support anything over 1gig?

Anyone know whats right?


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  Reply # 38573 15-Jun-2006 08:08
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where did you buy the card from? Go and say to them "will this work in my Nokia 6265?"
 then if they say yes, and it doesnt work, you will have a right of refund, as under the CGA an item must be fit for the purpose for which it is sol (i.e. using in your 6265).

Unless you bought from Trademe, then you have no such recourse.




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  Reply # 38580 15-Jun-2006 08:48
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You should try it in your phone before you buy it. A not unreasonable request

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 38597 15-Jun-2006 09:56
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I bought it online from Ascent Technology, www.ascent.co.nz

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  Reply # 38616 15-Jun-2006 10:54
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I think ascent charge a restocking fee.

Call them, i have not heard anything bad about ascent, so there is a good chance that they are reasonable people to deal with, and may test a card for you at their end, before you open yours.




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  Reply # 39312 22-Jun-2006 13:36
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hey there, did the memory card work alright that you got from ascent? I am thinkng of buying one from there too.

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