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Topic # 3707 21-Mar-2005 07:10
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The installation failed, when my 2032SP didn't have a file for the Sandisk wi-fi card. File name was PegasRES.dll. The message read that "host device does not support SDIO, which is required by SD Card". But I have an SD slot, and the 256 storage part of the new SanDisk 256MB+WI-FI card is recognized by my PPC.

Anybody have any ideas?? Or am I out of luck?

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Reply # 13718 21-Mar-2005 07:34
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Not all Pocket PC supports SDIO. SD slots come in two types, one is only used for memory expansion, and the second type supports the SDIO standard which allows for external devices to be plugged into the slot.

I think the Toshiba 2032SP (Audiovox Thera in some markets) does not have SDIO.

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