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Scan card says not initialized

Card had pictures on it, was put into sd port then said error now says "not initialized"

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Take it out and try again. Buy a cheap USB card reader for the card and try that. Try putting the card back in the camera and hooking the camera to the computer.

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My sd card wont read. it says that its not initialized. i flipped the thing in the sd card but nothing changed. how do i get my card to work. it worked fine until i put the sd card in the printer over...


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