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Danyel75
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Hi guys!

 

I just bought a HPx2 Detachable 10-p013TU notebook and I've tried to use a 200 GB micro SD, but it is not properly working. Do you know what is the maximum capacity of a microSD which should I use for this type of notebook? Or what do I have to do to use my 200 GB Sandisk micro SD?

 

Thank you for your support/ advice!

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erico
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Wow! That is a seriously high capacity micro SD.

 

While booted into Windows have you tried using the Disk Management utility which is available by right-clicking the Windows icon in the systray?

 

If it is visible in the Disk manager utility, you may have to create a partition and format it as NTFS.

 

FAT32 does have a 32GB capacity limit.

 

I check the manual for your X2 and verified that it does support SDXC media cards. There is no capacity limit mentioned in the specifications.

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227773

 




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erico
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Wow! That is a seriously high capacity micro SD.

 

While booted into Windows have you tried using the Disk Management utility which is available by right-clicking the Windows icon in the systray?

 

If it is visible in the Disk manager utility, you may have to create a partition and format it as NTFS.

 

FAT32 does have a 32GB capacity limit.

 

I check the manual for your X2 and verified that it does support SDXC media cards. There is no capacity limit mentioned in the specifications.

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05227773

 




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Hi Erico! Thanks for your advice, I'll try your solution and I'll let you know. Yes, it is a huge microSD and I bought it because the notebook memory is only 64GB.

Rgds, Danyel75

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