Pacemaker device finally upgraded with a SD card

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This time while upgrading the Pacemaker device it was a success. Its a strange combination because I got a Micro SD stuck in a SD card which is stuck in a Compact Flash card which is connected to the Pacemaker device with a tight Zif cable.

Its not so tight as when I had the 1.8inch SSD but the zif cable is still not in the best position it could be if it was shorter, as I noted on my original pacemaker device.

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Next stop is to upgrade that battery. I’m thinking about a larger flat battery which can lay on top of the compact flash holder?

Upgrading the pacemaker device with a SD card, not this time!

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Its a short story (not in effort and time). I tried it after a colleague suggested it instead of SSD a while ago. I tried it but found the card reader the Kalea Informatique adapter, didn’t support SD cards over 32gig. The description said 64gig but everytime I restored the pacemaker firmware it would only format to 32gig. Even using Gparted (like partition magic) to extend the Fat32 partition caused the pacemaker to no longer be accessible by my laptop (it comes up as generic Linux storage device).

I haven’t given up, I’m returning the Kalea adapter and have bought a Kalea adaptor converter but the compact flash version. Yes in short it would be a┬áZIF LIF to Compact Flash to SD card.

Hopefully this will actually work