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Camera powershot a720 is doesn't reconise memory card

Going on vacation and the camera doesn't work.I think I messed up the camera by trying to program the details. Now it doesn't reconise any memory card [says no memory card]. My book is lost so I can't look it up. Hope you can help!
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