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Anonymous
Hi,
I would buy a 256 CF for my 860. I found a normal type and a 45x type at the same price. 860 works well with high speed CF or I must buy standard type CF?

Thanks,

M.
PDAgal
Just got these in for review, so I've been using a CF Kingston Elite Pro high speed card (single cell NAND) and it works great. Their Elite Pro SD card also rocks- even videos play back smoothly from this card!
telemetric_au
QUOTE(PDAgal @ Feb 29 2004, 07:47 AM)
Just got these in for review, so I've been using a CF Kingston Elite Pro high speed card (single cell NAND) and it works great. Their Elite Pro SD card also rocks- even videos play back smoothly from this card!
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would that be same in a 5500 ??
Ferret-Simpson
Not if he's using a Clamshell.

the SL-C has a 4 times larger bandwidth (I think)

Anyway, Something in the SD is 4 times better, which makes it faster, and capable of SDIO if we had a set of working drivers.
telemetric_au
just got new kingston elite pro 50x cf 1gb from ebay, works in 5500 no problems except i cant flash with it...
sidmoraes
QUOTE(telemetric_au @ Apr 4 2006, 08:56 PM)
just got new kingston elite pro 50x cf 1gb from ebay, works in 5500 no problems except i cant flash with it...
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Take a look at other details. Maybe name of files, did you formated this cf with fat?
telemetric_au
did it all, checked it, and other members have reported the same problem with 1gb cards, and then success when trying another card (i take it smaller)

no luck, ordering a smaller off ebay once get the $$
the_oak
I bought a smaller CF card (actually several). Whenever I see an exceptionally low price on a small (64 or 128 MB) I get another. So I have 3 small ones that I got for like $15.00 or less and use them only for rom backups. (I have Guylhem rc4 on one, a default Sharp rom on another and my current Sharp rom on a third.) Just keep your eye out for really cheap small ones for this purpose. Use the 1GB (big) one for daily use.
telemetric_au
funny thing with postage its getting more expensive and inneficient to buy the 16,32, and 64 mb cards...

i was looking at getting a used 32mb ($12 inc post.), but for $28 (inc. post.) i get a new kingston 128mb ...

($AU)
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