I just got this new HP2 from Amazon and the screen is showing an SD card error. removing the batteries and disconnecting usb cable from computer does not help. screen says use Sentinel AllClear but I am not finding in the sentinel database?
From the top menu bar in Sentinel....I just got this new HP2 from Amazon and the screen is showing an SD card error. removing the batteries and disconnecting usb cable from computer does not help. screen says use Sentinel AllClear but I am not finding in the sentinel database?
did you click the display all drives box? Scanner in Mass Storage mode? Did you physically check to be sure it shipped with a card?The SD card is not showing on the display? so I cannot check anything that is not highlighted
looks like an quick easy return
Yes, Uniden recommends up to 32 GB, may want to get a bigger one once you get it going.I did not realize there was no SD card who knows where it is..... anyway will a 2 gb work?
I've purchased a number of new HP-1 & 2 scanners from dealers and have never seen an "inspected" sticker on the box. Seems like another indication it was a return.Interesting as the box has an "inspected" sticker and looks new.
Did you try the clear user data again? Format the 2GB card if it's not new and clear user data again.However the 2gb SD card now inserted, but still not being reconized ....so back it goes
Certain Sandisk cards are very slow, such as the "ultra" cards, which I would not recommend. Having used all brands for very high impact applications such as photography in raw format, which can require 30meg per shot at 11 shots per second, I only recommend 90meg/sec cards in the normal variety, or high utilization cards.I've used Sandisk exclusively for several years in all radios, cameras, laptops, phones, etc. Careful who you buy cards from, there are a ton of counterfeit ones out there. If you buy cards from Amazon, make sure they are sold by Amazon and not a 3rd party. I also always check B&H and compare their prices vs Amazon, very reputable imo.