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New memory card now my camera won't turn on?

I have a Polaroid i532 digital camera. The memory card I had in it was PNY technologies SD card. The card I got is a HP SD card. The camera will turn on without the new card, but when I put the new card back in the lens comes out and red light comes on. That's it. Please help!

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  • knightsnla Dec 29, 2008

    My card came with my camera in the package and it won't work in the camera.

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Most likely,if you cant format the card,and the camera doesnt see it,the card is not compatible with the camera.

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