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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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Re: printing from memory card

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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PS. If you have a card reader. Formatting once from your computer can help.

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Try the card in your computer using a SDHC card reader to see if it will read your picture files. If that doesn't work then you'll have to shop for data recovery software on line. Ontrack Data Recovery is a very reputable recovery company. They offer recovery services by sending them your card or by purchasing their do-it-yourself software.

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Corrupt Disc ?

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