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2gb memory cards seem to be obsolete & the 4gb don't seem to work??

Tried the4gb card as suggested by radio shack, didnt work and can't find the 2gb i was using,tried best buy,walmart, only supplier seems to be on line sources

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Try your local supermarket or drugstore. Many of them carry memory cards and, since they tend to be a bit behind on the technology curve, still carry older, smaller cards.

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SOURCE: Memory card error - can't format card

Can you use the card in another device? Can you access the card un a USB card reader? If so, it is possible that the camera cannot handle a card that big. You would need to check the manual to see that it can handle a 4Gb card.

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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SOURCE: I just purchased a 4gb memory card for my canon

ok, first off:
make sure the card is compatible with the camera and the camera is compatible with the card (reffer to the manuals of both products).
if all checks out, contact the manufacturer of the camera first, then do the same with the card.
if everything works up to this point, but you still cant get it to work, get a new camera.

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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SOURCE: "Card Not Initialized with 4GB CF memory card"

Steve, S700 and S7000 are different beasts.

S7000 is only rated for 1Gb compact flash cards. It apparently works with 2Gb ones but as I and a lot of others have discovered no matter how you tweak around sectors and clusters it won't read the thing.

This is a Fat16 limitation.


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