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the problem can be solved.For the video not to be able to play might be due to the video file being corrupted or the memory card was not really formatted properly.

You can format the memory card again and try transferring the file into the memory card.If it does not work, try and use another device to format it.

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i downloaded and installed the firmware update...and now my 2gb microSD is readable.

link for download:
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follow directions and you'll be good to go.

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With macro card inserted:
Go to SETTINGS.
Scroll to SYSTEM
Click on INITIALIZE
Click on YES.

Poof!

At least it worked for me. Good Luck.

Susan

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