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Every time i insert the memory card my camera freezes up and i have to take the batteries out in order to get it to cut off or function until i remove the card.

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Plug your camera, with card inserted, into your pc and run a scandisk to it.. Right click the drive and then properties, then scan disk. Select fix all and let it run. If that doent work, then try a new card. They are very inexpencive now adays.

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