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Sd memory card- on camera reads card error I took some pictures off my computer put them on my SD card to view in my camera. They are pictures I had take on the same camera, but I am getting read error. Looking for whats going on???

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Sience they are on your computer try to format the card with the camera. see if you still get the error if you do then try a diffrent card if the camera is still having the issue then you problem lies in the camera's card reader writer. and the main board might need to be replaced. this can run any where from 75.00 and up depending on the full issue. please if you need any further help let me know.

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