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Try cleaning up the copper terminal of your memory card with a pencil eraser, do it carefully by avoiding contacts with the chips or I.C. carefully swipe the eraser on the copper terminal only and if your sure that it is already clean, carefully wipe the teminal with a soft cloth again avoiding contact with the chips. if the problem occurs again, buy a new memory card.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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