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First check make sure the SDHC card is unlocked I'll provide a diagram for that also I just checked your camera's memory capacity and it's only good for a 1 gig SD card which if using an SDHC memory card might go to 1.5 stretch to 2gig maybe but not a 4gig. My first impression is you got to much memory card for the camera. You might be able to go to the Kodak site and download updated firmware to allow the camera to function with the larger card but that's a maybe as well. Here are the diagrams
Your camera is programed for SD memory cards from 8MB through to 2gig if you have put a SD card in the camera larger then 2gig it can't read it. If you are under the 2gig maximum then it's possible the SD card is in the lock position. At the top left corner there is a little white slider type switch make sure this switch is pushed forward to the top of the card in the direction of the gold contacts. Also a new card will need to be formatted for the camera to read the card properly. See page 11 screen shot I have provided for correct card installation.
Also page 12 for the formatting of the memory card.
I have a kodak z710 camera with a 2 gig card in it. I was wanting to get a 4 gig sdhc and i wasn't sure if the HC would work with this camera. HC stands for high capacity which means it allows the camera to load files on to the card faster. this may be the problem the kodak may not be HC compatable. but as i have said i have a 2 gig and it works fine with that. and i have a friend that has a 4 gig in thiers but once again i don't think it is HC so i would exchange the card if you can for just a regular SD/MMC card or SD card
Hi, I'm sorry to tell that PowerShot SD 630 does not support SDHC cards over 2 gig. If you want the camera to take a card over 2 gig then you are stuck standard SD cards. The other camera does support the card because it's a higher model.
I believe any SD cards larger than 2Gb are technically SDHC cards, which are not compatible with all cameras. Kingston is a decent company so I'm guessing it's not because the card is a dud. If your camera doesn't advertise SDHC compatibility then I don't think you can get the card to work in it.
Did you try putting the card in the camera, and using the camera's "format" card option?(Make sure there is nothing on the the card-a format will delete it.)
Often times, a digital camera requires a format of the card so the proper file/directory structure can be created. If the card is empty, you have nothing to lose.