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Memory card error

I got a new panisonic camcorder for xmas It takes sd card & it's hdd also. I bought a new sd card and took video now i can't transfer it to my computer. When i put the card in my printer reader it said memory card error. Took it to shoppers still can copy .How can i get my granddaughter's video's signed Upset.

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  • brown0705 Feb 04, 2009

    I bought a new sd card and tried that one and yes i formatted that one to see if that was the problem. and that read memory card erroe too how can that be .

  • brown0705 Feb 04, 2009

    model S/N 181A11084

  • brown0705 Feb 04, 2009

    40 GBHDD DD PANASONIC 42x optional zoom model

    S/N 181 A11084

  • brown0705 Feb 22, 2009

    still never found a solution .someone help me

  • jessMG123 Apr 04, 2009

    This was helpful information. I have a Panasonic DMC-FX01 and I've bought a 8GB SDHC card, which isnt compatible.
    How am I to format the card? What are the simple steps I can follow to format my DMC- FX01 for this SDHC card to work?

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Did you format the card before using it on your camera? Try using a memory card reader instead of the printer's SD card slot to transfer the video. Also check if the memory card is locked (check the position of the yellow slider at the right side of the card). If this does not work, then you will have to format the card. Unfortunately this will erase all the data in your card.

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    Sujith Gopinath Feb 04, 2009

    Please confirm the model number of your camcorder so that i can check for further detail. Is it Panasonic DMC FX01 or some other model?

  • Sujith Gopinath
    Sujith Gopinath Feb 04, 2009

    The FX01 accepts cards of memory up to 2GB only. And hope you are formatting the card in the camera itself and not on your PC. Again, did you use a dedicated card reader or the printer's card slot? Again, the instruction manual recommends using a High Speed SD card of 10MB/sec or higher speed while shooting videos. And it clearly instructs to format the cards if "Memory Card Error" appears.

    If you get "Memory Card Error Please check the card", you could be using a card o higher capacity than 2GB.

  • Sujith Gopinath
    Sujith Gopinath Feb 04, 2009

    ok. since you posted it under DMC FX01, I took all details of that camera. will try to find a solution for this model soon


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