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Printing from memory card

I recieved a small memory card with my new camera. Pictures print fine. I have now installed a Kingston 4GB memory card. When I try to print from it, I get a message "card access error". I purchased this camera etc. because I was assured I would not have to format, etc. (I have printed from other SD cards, and never a problem) I do not want to try to fix this problem myself if the card is defective.

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I'm not sure but, my thoughts on the matter.
The camera my not support a 4 gig memory card, check the website or your owners manual for the size of memory cards supported. See what sizes of Memory they sell for it.
Formatting is NOT a big deal. You just have the camera do all that, just find where option that is.

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