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COMPACT FLASH DISK

I HAVE A NEW DISK READER AND WHEN I PUT DISK IN COMPUTER IT WORKS FINE, BUT WHEN I RETURN IT TO MY VIVA CAM 3500 IT WONT EVEN LIGHT UP THE LCD WINDOW? THIS IS A NEW DISK, WORKED OK UNTILL I PUT IT IN MY DISK READER. WHATS UP W/H THIS?

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  • rollinstone Dec 24, 2007

    thank you for the help, it was as you said, ( format ) works fine now!!!

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I saw on another web site that it might have to do with format, I'm not sure but might be something to look into

Posted on Dec 24, 2007

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