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This is a recently purchased camera that was working beautifully until recently. It just stopped taking pictures; when the shutter release is pressed, nothing happens. The only clue I have to what is happening came when I pressed the Quick View button and got a No Card message. I changed the CF card to one I took from my Canon Rebel XT and that I knew was working fine - again the message No Card when the QV button was pressed. Does that help at all in defining the problem? Any ideas what the problem is and how it is fixed? Thanks for your time, Fran

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Hi!! :
You can try this, start the camera without the CF in SETUP mode, once you're in... insert the card and format it!!!. It worked for me.....

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