I have a problem like this with my N95. I always take the memory card out and make sure the connectors on the card and the phone are clean. Give the card holder on the phone a blow to make sure there is no dust inside. Then put it back in and turn on the phone.
If this does'nt work then you could have a problem with the memory card itself. If this is the case you need to re-format it. But only do that as a last ditch attempt as you will lose everything is stored on it.
After re-formatting you should be able to use the MC like it was brand new.
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It could be that there is insufficient phone memory free to process the incoming file.
you have a memory card in the phone, try moving things like images,
video files or MP3s from your gallery folders to the memory card folder
to free up some space in the phone memory. The 6288 has just 6Mb of
internal memory for all functions, so it's important to keep as much
data as possible on memory card.
MMC puchased should be formatted once, because new MMC comes with file system FAT-32. and mobile phones supports FAT file system. You can copy your data from MMC to PC using MMC reader/writer first. Then format it in your mobile and then reload your data in formatted MMC at folder created during formatting. Then you may see your MMC working properly. Fix your problem and vote here to fixya for solution....