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My memory card is stuck cannot get it in or take it out

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  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2009

    i turned it on and then it started turning on and off and will not turn back on

  • begumraz Mar 01, 2009

    I believe I inserted the memory card the wrong way...and now it's stuck. It wouldn't go in and I can't get it out

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My memory card won't lock in place therefore I get a "no memory" card message.


Unfortunately it sounds like the locking clip inside the SD card slot is broken or some how stuck? If you can try to look inside the SD card slot in the camera with a flash light, there should be a small clip like plastic to the left sticking out. That is what locks the SD card in place. See if anything is stuck in between like debris, you might gently poke that clip and see if it is stuck? That is what locks the SD card in place, if it is broken or missing, that will require some work to replace the plastic lock.

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To remove an installed SD memory card, press the SD memory card and it will pop out slightly then you can then pull out the SD memory card.

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My camera is giving me a "no memory card" sign, but the card is inserted correctly. I have taken it out, cleaned it, and put it back, replaced the batteries, and everything. However, to no avail....


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My fujifilm finepix camera gets stuck when i look through my pictures, so when i go to my library, my whole camera gets stuck and i have to take the battery out to turn it off. it still takes pictures, and...


The card is probably defective.
But before buying a new card, try to format the card in the camera. Make sure you have saved all images first. Formatting will "reset" the card and delete all images.
To format the card: Menu/ok, Setup, Format, OK

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Normally the card is spring loaded, so when you press down on it, it will pop out. If the card is stuck solid, don't try and force it out. Be gentle and try coax it out with some needle nose pliers.
If you feel the plastic flexing or if anything may break, it may a case of dissembling the camera.

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thank you so much this worked great it solved my problem thanks.

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well this has happened to many people before, me being one of them.
I was looking for ideas on the internet and a VERY clever person said to get a thin piece of card and put sticky tape onto it in a circle so its double sided and slide it in so that the memory card can come out! BRILLIANT!! I thought it wouldn't be strong enough, but it was, saved my life. Hopefully it can save yours. xo

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No need for pliers! I was able to eject the memory card by sliding a packing knife along the edge of the memory card. The blade was very thin, narrow, and long. I'm not sure if a regular box cutting knife blade would do. I've been able to eject the memory card with ease about a dozen times using this method.

Since I can't eject the SD card on the go, I use the USB cable to download images from the camera. Glad to know I can remove this when absolutely necessary, but sure wish I could remove anytime I'd like.

Jason

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I didn't know this was possible until today, either. Handy!

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