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CF Card won't read in camera

I formatted the CF card to my Konic Q Mini and can NOT get it to read WHAT SO ever. I have been googling on and off for DAYS looking for a card formatter for konica q mini and can not find anything? The card is fine I know it is, It reads in my computer fine. Please what can i do to format this card for the camera and get it to read?

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  • mattsaysfooe Feb 27, 2009

    I am computer science major but have limited experience with digi cams but i do mods and portable media hacks and DS and Psp hacks. It's CF bro and i accidently formatted it and now it won't read and i can't find a formatter to make the card read again in the cam. It's old Q mini konica thats Compact Flash and it's a 8 mb. Yes 8 mb CF card.


  • mattsaysfooe Feb 27, 2009

    The card reads and writes fine in the comp. PLEASE anyone who can fix this is a Leet god amongst GODS.


  • mattsaysfooe Feb 28, 2009

    YES lmao i can't find it ANYWHERE idk if you can format in cam or if i need formatter software for my comp with the CF card in. What to do lol no idea.


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Hi and thanks for coming to FixYa.

The proper card for your camera is an SD (Secure Digital) card. It won't take a CF (Compact Flash) card.

Let me know if you have any further questions.

Rob

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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    Rob Feb 27, 2009

    Oh ok, this problem is listed under problems with DiMage Z2 Digital Cameras. Sorry.

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    Rob Feb 27, 2009

    So are you looking for the manual on how to format the card in your camera?

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    Rob Feb 28, 2009

    He he, I'll take alook around and see what I have. Not sure, but I might have that info.



    Rob

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    Rob Feb 28, 2009

    Can you get to the setup menu in that camera? If you can, that's were the menu option will be so format the card. If it's not in the setup menu, then I'm sorry, there is no way to format the card in the camera. I have only pieces of the manual and there is nothing on formatting the card in the camera anywhere. Sorry I can't help anymore, best of luck bro.



    Rob

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