Question about Kodak EasyShare C875 Digital Camera
Use a computer with memory card reader, and read the card using a computer.
If the computer says the same and does not read the card, then the pictures inside the card are usually lost.
If computer instead does read the card, then transfer all picture on computer using the memory card reader, and format the card using complete formatting.
If you need to use the camera tonight, then buy a spare memory card.
If the camera returns same error on different card, then you may have a faulty memory card slot, but that is quite uncommon.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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