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Memory card problem

I bought a Kingston 1GB memory card for my Samsung Digimax A400, but it won't fit properly, (meaning it won't go down all the way). One time, I got the camera case to close, and it formatted the card, but then the camera shut off. When I did it again, it formatted, then shut off. I had brand new batteries in the camera. What can I do?

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Are you sure you have the right type of memory card? Make sure you use an SD/MMC card. You might try another SD card.

Is this a new camera? I bought one once and the card slot was defective. I took it back right away, rather than trying to force a card into it.

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