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Hi,

This is a common problem on these models.You need to contact Lexar and ask for firmware updates. Once you install them, this error would be removed.They have a firmware patch for the same.

You could email them at :-

support@lexar.com

You could also contact them at :-

1-510-413-1200

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

Kindly accept my solution.

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taran_2005

Posted on May 09, 2011

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