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#11389 19-Jan-2007 15:10
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I have a HP Ipaq 4705 and a 4 GB SD card. When I insert my SD card it only shows a 1GB available. I have talked to HP and although they say the Ipaq 4705 can support cards larger than 1GB they can only supply support for up to 1 GB memory cards.

Can someone please help me with what's needed to get my Ipaq to acknowledge the full range of my memory card.

HP Ipaq 4705
Upgraded to Windows CE 5.1 (AKA Windows Mobile 2005)
SFinc. SD Elite PRO High Speed 4GB memory card 3.3V


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#58369 19-Jan-2007 18:18
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If possible check this card in another Pocket PC, or a card reader. It may need to be formatted, and usually formatting on a digital camera works for Pocket PCs as well.



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  #58443 21-Jan-2007 15:53
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There's a thread at the HP iPAQ forum site which might have some answers for you:

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