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SD Card Needs Formatted

I put in my CD card and it says it needs to be formatted. If I hit yes and go on, then if will not take a picture and is says card protect.

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  • mgstaggs371 Jan 11, 2009

    I already did this and it did not work. It is still doing the same thing. I really apprecaite the help.

  • swahealeyman Apr 19, 2009

    I am having the same problem as explained above. When i switched the security lock and went and turned the camera back on it says the card has to be formatted again. But when i select yes THIS time it says "card err". Does anyone know what could be the problem? I know that the card works because i use it in my cell phone all the time.

  • rjgaspard May 03, 2009

    With Kodak SD memory card inserted into the camera we turned the camera on. A message appears "format ----" When we say yes it tells us "card err" change card.

    the toggle switch suggested did not help.

    Still looking for solution. Have tried two cards so far. Still no success.

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Thank you for using fixya. SD cards have a security lock on the side that you can toggle left to right or up and down.Check your card if it is on the secure mode or not, or you can just toggle the switch then check if it will start saving captures from your camera.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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    marlon john madrid Jan 11, 2009

    Thank you for replying and not a problem. at this point it is best if we isolate the issue by using another SD card to check if it is the cart at fault or a part of the camera

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