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Discussion in 'Q500+ Help' started by DroneFlyer1, Feb 14, 2016.

  1. DroneFlyer1

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    If I was to add a 8G SD card in my S10+ Will it record my Flights ? If so, do I have to do any thing more?
     
  2. Wingshooter

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    Format it before you insert using a Windows FAT32. And yes it will record telemetry data and other things.
     
  3. DroneFlyer1

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    Ok but coming from OLD school how do i format it. I am not good with computers. Thanks John.
     
  4. Wingshooter

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    John,

    You will need insert the Memory Card into your computer. The computer will recognize it as a hard drive and give it a letter. It will not be C. All you have to do is after the computer assigns a drive letter to it is RIGHT CLICK on that drive then CLICK on format. Make sure the option for FAT32 is selected and not NTFS. This all assumes you have a windows based computer and you have the proper adapter slot to insert the memory card.
     
  5. DroneFlyer1

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    Thank you. Will fly it for the first time later this afternoon.
    Just put the TRACKIMO on the battery door. Been flying RC now for over 40 years but never one this modern.
     
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    Maybe I got lucky. I didn't have to format my card. I just put an empty 8G SD card in the controller and it registered everything about each individual flight. Once I get 2 or 3 flights in I delete them all and then start again
     
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