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My samsung a7 wont format 8gb card

What is the largest size card it will format?

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The A7 uses SD cards, which max out at 2GB. It will not work with higher-capacity SDHC cards.

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I have a Kodak C340 and had the same problem. I was about to take it to the shop and tryed putting a smaller SD card in the camera and it worked. I tryed to use a 1gb card and it would not work the 512mb works just fine. Hope this is helpful.

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The largest SD card you can use in your Samsung NV10 is 2GB. thats why once you insert the 8GB sd card its shows card error or need to fromat.

FYI. for every digital camera there's a compatible memory card and you can see from the box or manual and Its writen SD or SDHC.

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Testimonial: "Thanks, I didn't know that! Now I'm just annoyed at the store who sold me the 8GB memory card. Guess I'll have to save that one for later."

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Sd card wont format


Are you sure your camer supports 8 Mb? Check your manual. If you don't have one, download it:

http://www.manualslib.com/manual/418879/Samsung-S500-Digimax-5-1mp-Digital-Camera.html


If it is supposet to support 8Gb SC cards, get a microSD card USB reader and insert it in the computer. Can you ree it as Remvoabvle disk?
It the computer won'r recognize your card, it is BAD.
If you can see it, try to format it to FAT32
Again, if can't, card is BAD

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My Samsung Digimax A7 camera will not load memory cards. I insert a card and then turn on the device, which prompts a format for the card then I hit yes, the camera thinks for awhile then just turns off. ...


The Digimax A7 may not be compatible with "High Capacity" SD Cards (SDHC). If this is the case you will need to locate an SD card that is 2GB or less in size as anything larger than this is a high capacity card.

SD card wikipedia page

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I just bought a new memory card (8gb) for my digital camera (Samsung NV10) and when I inserted the memory card, I kept getting "Card Error". It said I should format the new memory card and I tried to...


The largest SD card you can use in your Samsung NV10 is 2GB. thats why once you insert the 8GB sd card its shows card error or need to fromat.

FYI. for every digital camera there's a compatible memory card and you can see from the box or manual and Its writen SD or SDHC.

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My samsung digimax A7 says 'memory full' even when the memory card has nothing on it


If you've downloaded all the pictures from the card, format it in the camera. This should solve the problem.

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Cannot format 8gb sdhc card. does this camera support this type of card?.


This camera supports SD or MMC memory cards only. All 4 GB and larger SD cards are actually SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) cards, and are not supported by your device. If you look closely at the card, you should find the SDHC mark on the label. Use only SD or MMC cards in this camera.

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Reformatting sd memory card for canon camera an 8gb card and it told me I coudn't print pictures on my HP photosmart 380 series printer unless I reformatted my memory card??


If your camera is indeed an SD200, am sorry to say an 8GB SDHC will not work in this camera. The camera will fail to recognize it, and will do this by giving various problems as you've run into. The overall problem is that the camera was designed before the SDHC format came out (SDHC cards although the exact same in appearance are different in format than standard SD cards). The largest size card that the SD200 will recognize is a 2GB standard SD card.

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Largest Meomory card


The A7 uses SD cards, which max out at 2GB. It will not work with higher-capacity SDHC cards.

As for the batteries, you may use any AA or CR-V3 batteries.

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Whats the largest meomory card that i can add to A7


The A7 uses SD cards, which max out at 2GB. It will not work with higher-capacity SDHC cards.

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