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I have a Kingston memory card of 256MB and was surprised one day to see this message on my photo camera "memory card error".
What am I supposed to do then??
Any advice please.

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Maximum memory size for your camera is 256MB (according to the manual). However, some users claim that the camera can support up to 512MB. To be safe, just use a 256MB card.


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