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Sdhc memory card

My camera tells me that my 4gb pny sdhc card is "unusable." i'm assuming that this means either hc cards can't be used or 4gb cards have too much storage space, or both. if any or all of these are true, please let me know what card is usuable, and what is the size limit, if any. thanks,

ed So there is no use they will just not work even in a computer?

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Any SD card up to 2gb. Devices are just now coming out that can use High Capacity SD but no printers yet.

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