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Make sure you have an SD card inserted in the camera and formatted. You didn't specify the model of your GE camera. Some of them accept only SD cards, not SDHC cards. If your camera is one of these, make sure you have an SD card, not an SDHC card.
Try to format your SD card on your computer, you should be able to uncheck the write protect option, in the format menu. Hoping for a Windows-based computer, Start > My Computer > under "devices with removable storage" right click on your SD card, choose format, options should appear. Hope this helps...
Is your computer able to read the card with an SD adapter? If so, back up any information on it to the computer. Put card back in phone and go to settings->storage->unmount SD card->then format SD card. Allowing the phone to format the card usually has better results than formatting it in Windows because it's going to use the correct file system type.
Sorry to hear of the problem with your GE X5 camera.
I would suggest you start by removing the memory card, placing it in a memory card reader attached to a computer. Download the SD Card Association formating program (http://www.sdcard.org/consumers/formatter/) then format the card.
This should solve any corruption issues the card could be suffering from which in turn could cause the problems you have.