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KINGSTON 4GB MEMORY SD CARD

I PT THE CARD IN MY CAMERA AND IT SAYS MEMORY CARD ERROR WHAT DOES THAT MEAN???? I CAN'T EVEN TAKE ONE PICTURE I NEED HELP. THANKS

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Check if your camera can support a 4G card. Some don't support than 2GB. if it supports, re-insert the card.
PS. If you have a card reader. Formatting once from your computer can help.

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