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Memory card needs formatting.

I just got a Kodak c713 for christmas and a SD card aswell.
but everytime i go to 'auto memory' instead of 'internal memory'
it says that the memory card needs formatting. When i click
continue, and it starts formatting, it goes to the screen that says
'memory card needs formatting' again. over, and over again.
when i try to switch to the SD memory card it says it
cannot be read. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks =]

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    my camera is doing the same thing and i cannot get the SD card to format. I tried checking to see if the SD card was protected but when i pushed the thingy down and put the card back in it told me the SD card was protected this is frustrating me.

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Take a look at your memory card to make sure it is not locked, then try formatting you memory card

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