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Sandisk sdhc 4gb memory card wont work with my lumix 12 mega pixels camera even thou it has sdhc compatibility. When i place card into slot, i just keeps reading > memory card error please check the card. Panasonic dmc-fx40.

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    Have checked memory card on side-and reinserted in camera. Continues to show no pictures or memory card in camera

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You need to format the card in the camera to optimize it.

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