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The camera will not recognize the memory card.

This camera will not reboot or recognize the memrory card.
it only handles a 64mb card

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  • bbcoach90 Jul 28, 2009

    thanks but this does not work either.

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Format the memory card via pc in FAT format.

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

  • Adnan Bhatti
    Adnan Bhatti Jul 29, 2009

    No such limitation is stated in JVC website FAQ. The camera might only allow certain type of memory card for larger storage. Have you tried different types of card?

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