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WHEN I PUT A SD CARD IN THE CAMCORDER AND I GO TO RECORD IT TELLS ME CARD ERROR. DO I NEED TO FORMAT THE CARD OR COULD THE CARD BE A BAD ONE?

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Im not sure if its the same with the card error message that appaers in digicams... many experience this problem.. its the memcard that has the problem...

the first aid for it is to check the slide protection of your card both ways and if it still gives an error msg, try to connect your card on your pc and check if it will appear as a drive...do not format it if u have vids or pics that u want to save, maybe the best thing is to recover the files on your card (download software for cardrecovery).. then u can format.. if it still says card error, well it will not hurt to buy a new one..but i hope ull be able to fix it..

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