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My argus cintar DC5315 will not work with a 2GB SanDisk SD card

My argus cintar DC5315 works fine with a 256MB SanDisk SD card but will not work with the SanDisk 2GB SC card.

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    John McCloskey Dec 30, 2008

    that is a 2GB SD card

  • John McCloskey
    John McCloskey Jan 24, 2009

    Thanks for the info I kind of thought that might be the problem. John

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Due to the devices age (i have one too, i bought it Christmas 2005) its internal parts are not as strong as newer cameras, and therefore, cannot support as much memory as new cameras. I have an 8gb SD card and the camera does not even turn on with that much space, but with 128MB it works just fine.

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