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Pro duo isnt working

My memory disc isnt working any more it work since i bought the camera a year ago the past month or so it hasnt worked at all

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I had a similar problem with my memory stick. I turns out that the plastic at the top of it had come loose and ripping the insides. It was harly noticable but broke it completely. You may just need to buy a new one if this is the case for you. Hope i helped.

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