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Card not initialized

This comment comes on my screen when I turn the camera on and nothing I do seems to make it go away. can't take photos until it does. can't find the manual either, driving me crazy, any thoughts?

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Re: card not initialized

Here is a Link to the Fujifilm Web site were you can download the Manual for the FinePix V10.

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