Well today I decided to put one more rom onto my 4gb Kingston card, but I hit a snag: "ERROR: Cannot find the requested sector" "OMG, its a brand-new Seagate 160gb sata 2.5"! How is it DEAD alreadY??!!" I GOT A 2GB CARD FORMATTED/LABELED AS A 4GB CARD. After checking my harddisk 5 times, I figure its my reader (I have 4 diff units I try), then when i reformat it with the HP tools, it can't go past 2gb. This is all a month after the white writing on the front rubbed off the 2rd time I touched the card, and after I found a part # under the rear sticker that was the same as other people's generic 2gb cards. I thought nothing of it until now, as it could have been a quality check # or something. Unfortunately I needed mine right away, so I got it from the ebay user "blue_daisy10". I figured they're in Texas, so shipping is fast (it was), never thought it would be a bogus card though. Luckly I ordered another from DealsExtreme for a backup Kingston at the same time. THAT card works fine to 4gb, is labeled differently, and works a little faster - just took a month to get. Luckly I have 3 days left to file a paypal complaint. In closing, TEST YOUR NEW SD CARDS TO THE LAST MEGABYTE. If not for wanting to try Chrono Trigger, I'd be S-O-L. I figured this was the best subforum to post to, since it relates directly to the flash hardware. Cliff notes: Taiwan Kingston labeled/formated as a 4gb card can only be used up to 2gb, and only reformats to 2gb with ANY program.