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Compact Flash Problems

When I put the Compact Flash memory card in my camera and turn it on, the screen says "No images, Memory Card Error".

This just happened. I hooked up my camera to my computer via USB and uploaded the images to my computer then deleted the images from my camera via the computer.

When I went to use the camera the next day, I turned it on and the message describe above appeared. I removed the card and tried the default card that came with the camera and had no problems but when I re-inserted the CF card, the error was still there.

ATTN***** The product is SANDISK COMPACT FLASH 512mb MEMORY CARD, the Product box would not recognize my product listing.

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Re: Compact Flash Problems

have you tried to reformat the CF card?  If you deleted the image through your computer and not with the camera, the computer may have removed more than what was needed...


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