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Flash button is red and camera reads memory card requires format.

After transfering pictures from camera to card reader to be put on computer. This message has repeatedly come up. In the past after turning off or charging it has been o.k. This time this message will not go away and pictures cannot be taken. The camera is only 3 months old.

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Format both internal memory and SD card memory.

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