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Old 02-04-2012, 11:55 AM   #9
listermint
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Originally Posted by foobar_666uk View Post
I've tried using the following;

Formatted as FAT16 / 64K allocation using Windows 7
Formatted as FAT32 / 64K allocation using Windows 7
Formatted as FAT16 / 64K allocation using EASEUS Partition Manager Home Edition
Formatted as FAT32 / 64K allocation using EASEUS Partition Manager Home Edition
Formatted with 2 partitions, FAT16/64 & EXT2/64 using EASEUS Partition Manager Home Edition
Formatted with 2 partitions, FAT32/64 & EXT2/64 using EASEUS Partition Manager Home Edition

All formatting using EASEUS used 63 Sectors per track, 255 Head & 482 Cylinders.

Yet none of the above has worked for me?

I have a 4GB SanDisk SDHC Card and I am using Windows 7

Am I right in my understanding that to boot from the SD card, you simply insert the SD card into the "Navi" slot and reboot the Headunit?

I am not having any luck at all !!!!
Use a different card, i havent had much use with that exact card.

I dont think it responds well to SDHC cards. try a standard micro card maybe 2gb without high capacity.
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