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Sanyo Xacti camera and 4 Gb SD card

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I have just bought a 4 Gb SD card - and the Xacti camera reports: Problem with the memory card. (Right when I try to format it).

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Jorgen Schnedler

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Friend is it possible that u r card is corrupted so plz contact the shop where bay this and return it .. and take a new one replaced by it

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