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Card read error

I recently format my camera and it erased all the pictures. which is no problem cause i got it back from a program. but now when i try to record, it always says CARD READ ERROR. called casio and they cant do anything about it. PLS HELP!!!!

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Make sure it's a Sandisc, Toshiba, or Panasonic memory card. No bigger than 2 MB unless you have done a firmware upgrade. Try formatting memory card and if that doesn't work then you will have to get a different memory card.

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