Question about Digitrex Cameras
There can be a problem with the SD card itself. A bad sd isn't common but they do happen. What I would check is that the sd card is compatible with the camera. It can be too big or the wrong type or the wrong speed. As a result the camera can't read the card and just sits there. Your camera manual should show a list of tested sd cards. If not your best bet is to go to a store and bring your camera and ask to try before you buy.
If you can read the sd card in something else then it is most likely compatibility problem. If it can't be read about all you can do is try to format the card and see if that brings it back to life.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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