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have a look in the camera menu for the format or initialize card option, (sorry i cant be more specific - cant find the manual) this should initialize the card, else use a usb card reader to format the card in a card reader on your computer
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hey see page 105 of ur camera manual. if u dont have it see from canons site. its says as follows:
sotry as i say. get one card reader and take back up of al the photos in your computer in which u have cameras EOS utiliys installed. now u have took back up of photos. put tat memory card in your camera and do a low level format. this can be found from the options in menu in camera.if u dont get that ask me. after formating it. connect the camera to computer and transfer the photos to the camera. your work is over i think. if not ask me. thank you
I had a similar issue with my Fuji E500. I had been working with it on my Mac, which automatically brings up iPhoto when it's plugged in via the USB port. When I removed the camera from the USB port, it turned on with a Card not initialized message. If your situation was similar to mine, here's how I fixed it:
Plug the camera back into the USB port and turn it on. When iPhoto loads, Got to finder and select Eject (unknown) device. Then, when you disconnect the camera and turn it on, the message about not initialized doesn't show up and you're back in business.
I hope this helps.