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Changing memory cards

When i first got the camera i was using a lexar 512 md memory card but it doesn't hold that many pictures and im always having to delete pictures to make sure i have enough space. i recently purchased a memory card for my cell phone and it came with a memory card for the camera as well. the polaroid micro sd memory card fits into my camera but when its time to use the camera, there's a message that says format memory card and when i press ok so that the card can be formatted nothing happens. another mesage appears and says memory card full or card is not formatted try again or insert another memory card. what shall i do???

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I WOULD PROBABLY SAY YOU HAVE A COMPATIBILITY PROBLEM BETWEEN THE POLAROID SD CARD AN YOUR KODAK CAMERA AND THAT IS WHY IT IS NOT FORMATTING. GO ONLINE TO EITHERS SITE AND ASK TO SEE IF THEY ARE COMPATIBLE. THIS MAY SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM.

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