I had written...
> I have a SanDisk compactflash card, 4mb SDCFB
with a PCMCIA adapter. It
> doesn't work in my 200LX. I thought sandisk was one of the "usually
> with 200LX" cards.
To which Frank replied...
They are. Describe "doesn't work in my
200LX" more fully.
If you don't care about the bits on the card, reformat it in the
200LX: "FDISK100", then "FORMAT A:". I picked up a lot of several
16MB SDCFB cards on eBay a little while ago and this was what I did to
It acts like it doesn't recognize the card. If I do a fdisk100, it says
something to the effect that "fdisk not supported on drive a", and if I do a
format "cannot format drive a". The compact flash card and pcmcia adapter
does work fine in the digital camera I took it out of. Perhaps the pcmcia
adapter that came from the camera isn't quite standard (it's a very old
camera)? I dunno. I am the first owner of the 200LX and I have never used
any pcmcia devices in it, perhaps it is broken? I hate to spend money on
another CD & PCMCIA adapter if it's broken :\
You do know about HPLX-L, don't you? While the
200LX is getting close
to on-topic here, it's definitely on-topic there.
No I didn't, I should go
look at it :)
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