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Error - NO CARD

I've just downloaded photos onto my iMac. When compete, I asked the computer to delete photos from memory card.

Upon reinsertion of card into the camera I get an exclamation mark (!) and words that say NO CARD

Advice, please!

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For this problem try the following:

* Try formatting the memory card using your computer
* Try using the memory card with other devices
* If problem still persist call the Tech Number for the memory card manufacturer



Hope this will help

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Byron

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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