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Old 10 March 2010, 17:40   #24
Allen1
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Hi there ipod_sock,

it is the PCMCIA socket that has problems with certain cards, this card should be seen OK though unless you have already formatted it via an Amiga emulator or the Amiga. The IDE connector on the motherboard is where the 2 GB per partition limit comes into play (so its the internal drive that needs to have partitions less than 2GB in size).


Once you have partitioned and formatted the 4GB, it will no longer be seen in Windows or the Amiga's PCMCIA slot (if you ever try it for some reason), the format is alien to Windows and the cfd and fat 95 are there to read a Windows formatted card and as the card is formatted for an Amiga, it no longer works via Windows. Just think of it as trying to read an Amiga floppy on a PC (different formats).
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