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Memory card I bought a Delkin 8GB memory card and when I tried it on my camera (Fuji S2) it shows: Card not initialized. it will not fomrat it because it will accuse card error. And the reader (Lexar) will blink its llight (so it is reading the card) but it will not show up on my computer!!! What can I do?

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From what i can find the Fuji S2 DSLR can only take up to a 2gb card, so this would explain card error the camera cannot register the space available.

I am getting more problems like this the card manufactures bringing out these large high speed cards, but only the newer cameras can use them, the older ones just show an error.

Similar problem with the computer especially if you have bought one of the new udma cards (305x speed) your computer or card reader might be letting you down. Have you tried formating the card in the computer and then writing a file to it, this will determine if there is a fault with the card.

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