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The camera wont work with a 4gb sd-card............why?

The camera works with 2gb card, but not with a 4gb card

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  • alain_723 Mar 13, 2009

    I have the same problem with this device. just bought a 4gb sdhc and it won't even turn on.

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The S600 is designed to work with MMC and SD cards, which top out at 2GB. It is not designed to work with the newer high-capacity SDHC cards.

Posted on Jan 16, 2013

  • kakima Jan 16, 2013

    The S600 is designed to work with MMC and SD cards, which top out at 2GB. It is not designed to work with the newer high-capacity SDHC cards.

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SOURCE: New SD Card wont work - all the others I have do!!

I have two Casio Exilim cameras:

One is a EX-Z55 that is 2 years old. I bought a Transcend 4 Gig 150X card but when I tried to use it, the camera formatted it as a 1 Gig. When I read the card, it has 2 partitions, 1 gig active, 3 unused. I used a utility (HP Drivekey CF Card Utility) and wiped out the partitions, reformating it back to 4 Gig. Back in the camera, and same problem. It says "Memory Full" So I format it again with the camera and it goes back to 1 Gig again. I even tried SDFormatter and no luck there either.

After hours of frustration and no results, I formatted it back to 4 Gig and inserted the card into my 2 day old EX-Z77. I turn the camera on and well well well!! It works perfect and the camera recognizes it as a 4 Gig. I tested it and everything is fine in the Z77. As soon as I pull it out and try the Z55, no luck again.

Conclusion: The Z55 does not support the 4 Gig card and the 2 year newer Z77 does.

If I had a 2 Gig card I would try it but all I have is several 1's and a 4. But that may not work either as the camera formats the 4 as a 1. I figure if it supported 2 gigs it would format the 4 as such.

Hope this helps

Posted on Nov 12, 2007

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SOURCE: SD issue

Make sure they are Sandisc, Toshiba or Panasonic. Otherwise we can't guarantee the camera will work.

Posted on Apr 05, 2008

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SOURCE: SD card

It seems that you are using an SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) card. It's incompatible with certain older models of cameras. I think the most you can put in your camera is 2GB. I've done some research and it doesn't say anything about your camera being SDHC compatible. Return the card, get a 2GB.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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SOURCE: sd card issue

According to the manufacturer specs, only the mmc and sd flash protocols are supported. The sd hc protocol is not supported. There are some 4 gb sd cards that were produced before the sd hc format was produced (starting at a 4 gb capacity). Try a few different manufacturers for the 4 gb sd card.

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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SOURCE: sd memory card 4gb does not work why?

The little sliding in connection pieces could be broken or cracked or the memory stick could be genirec and is not compatible with your camera type.

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