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Nikon coolpix S51 camera with 2GB Ocz card. Card works fine in the camera and PC can read fine from the camera thru USB connection. But when I put the card in card reader Windows XP sees the card but says that it is not formatted and asks if I want to format it now. Nikon transfer does not see the card either. Should I format it in Windows first and then use it in the camera?

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Try formatting it w/ windows first the try it in the camera, if it wont work, the camera & your computer might be using a different file formats

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