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The S7000 cannot handle cards larger than 2GB.
If you need 4GB you can also fit a 2GB type 2 compact flash card which is the american standard.
For europe you will get a type 1 card this will also fit it is just slightly thinner.
The S700 as it came from the factory CANNOT use a 4 gig card. You must go to the Fuji USA website and download the firmware update. You will need to have the program that came with the camera installed, and the cable that also came with the camera. Make sure that you have fresh batteries in the camera. Instructions are on the Fuji website along with the download for the firmware. You are actually going to "flash" the firmware in the camera just as if you were doing a BIOS flash in your computer. Personally, I only use smaller cards and remove the pics soon after I take them. A 2 gig card will hold about 150 full rez pics. Get them out of the camera....don't save them forever on the card!
If possible you can copy the directory with you pictures and clear it out the format the card and copy back the empty directory. I hope this works I need the directory for my card if it works post it..........
If your new Xd card has the prefix "H" or "M" before the size, the A604 is not compatible with the card. As the 604 is (by today's standards) a fairly old camera, an internal "firmware" upgrade must be performed on it. For some models, the upgrade is possible for the camera owner to perform, but I believe, from past experience, that the A604 can only be upgraded by a Fuji service faciltiy. The older type of cards (without the H or M designation) are not readily available any more.
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.
The S7000 has always been known to have some problems with regular CompactFlash cards, with both power drains and limitations reported (the S7000 seems unable to handle CompactFlash cards above 2GB, as it doesn't support FAT32). I imagine it's possible that there are other potential problems associated with this.
It's usually recommended that, instead of using CompactFlash cards, you use either xD-Picture Cards or IBM/Hitachi
Microdrives, which are both fully compatible with the S7000.