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Memory Card cannot be used

It stated the above when i tried to take a picture. It says that only a 1G memory card can be used, but I can only find a 2G. Can I use a 2G without hurting the camera? Denise from PA

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A 2gb card won't harm your camera. Worst case scenario is that it just won't work. If you try the 2gb card, take several pictures with it. The camera may reject the card right away, or it may take a few shots for it to happen. Don't bother trying a 4gb card, however, it will not work.

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If you want, I can explain as technical as you wish, or simplify my solution more.

This is the Specifications page for your eMachines ET1810,

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