The HTC Touch Pro is a Windows Mobile smartphone designed for business users. Since it's business oriented, the Touch Pro is often used for carrying large amounts of data, emails and other information that can often take up a large amount of space. The phone includes only 512MB of internal memory, which won't go very far. To accommodate the need for more storage, the Touch Pro has a microSD port to accept a memory card. Though this is a Windows Mobile device, the NTFS file format is not supported so your card must be formatted as FAT32.
Insert your microSD card into an SD adapter. Insert the loaded SD adapter into an SD card reader. Many computers will have a reader installed internally; if yours does not, you'll need to purchase an external USB SD card reader.
Click "Start" from the Windows desktop and click "Computer."
Right click the microSD card and click "Format."
Select "FAT32" from the File System drop-down list.
Maintain the default Allocation Unit Size and type a name for the card under "Volume Label."
Deselect "Quick Format" and click "Start." The device will now be formatted with the FAT32 file system.
Right-click the card when the format is complete and click "Eject."
Remove the microSD card from the reader and adapter and insert it into your HTC Touch Pro for use.
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