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Usually a bad card in my experience - I'm too tight to buy decent cards, and quite a few have given me problems. Luckily they're quite cheap nowadays!!

You could try using a PC with card reader to format them first, and cleaning the contacts carefully.

Hope this helps.

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You downloaded the pics to your pc , so you really have not lost it , and NO once it initializes the card you will lose everything.

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install the card, turn the camera on, go into the menu and find format. It will tell you that when you format you will also erase the contents of the SD card. Click yes and format the card. Thats it. Joe

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Card not initialized


What type and size memory card? What happens if you try to format it?

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Im getting a error message when I turn the camera on it says, ! card not initialized I can't seem to figure out how to fix this


Your camera wants you to format the card in the camera. This will erase it so download any pictures you want to save first using a card reader if necessary.

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I'm no expert - just visiting this forum for a 'card not initialised' problem on the same model. If you a have look in the solution to 'card not initialised' problem raised elsewhere in this forum someone has helpfully explained how to format the card (if that is your problem) by using a DOS command in Windows (scroll to bottom as the advice that was initially given was corrected). You will need a USB card reader to do it. The format of the media card seems to be FAT.

However if you mean you want to save the images in .raw data form I had a look in the manual but there doesn't seem to be an option in the s602 to save in anything other than .jpg - unless someone else knows more.

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Initialize memory card in fuji s602 digital camera


install the card, turn the camera on, go into the menu and find format. It will tell you that when you format you will also erase the contents of the SD card. Click yes and format the card. Thats it. Joe

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I cannot format cards in my Fuji S602 zoom.


Make sure your card is compatible for your camera, and or it is not defective. I know that with some camera models the card must meet specific specs. Consult your camera dealer or call Fuji photo support to verify if your card is compatible.

If you have the adabtor for your card to be used directly on your computer, you can see if formating your card with the computer will help. This is not the proper fix, but it may work for you.


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

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You downloaded the pics to your pc , so you really have not lost it , and NO once it initializes the card you will lose everything.

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If you have a memory card reader on your computer you may need to insert the cameras memory card and then goto My Computer and right click where the card is located and click format.

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Memory card


Because this camera only understads FAT16 formatting, it does not accept any card larger than 2GB so your best bet is to use the current crop of standard 2GB CF cards, most newer ones (usually 16X and faster) are alsa fast enough for continuous VGA video as well. The best brands IMO are Lexar and Sandisk, but avoid the WA enabled cards, this camera can't make use of WA, it just slows the througput down.

Alternatively you may partition your 8GB card to a 2GB partition, but the rest of the card won't be accessible.

Aug 28, 2008 | Fuji FinePix S602 Zoom Digital Camera

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Fuji finepix s602


Usually a bad card in my experience - I'm too tight to buy decent cards, and quite a few have given me problems. Luckily they're quite cheap nowadays!!

You could try using a PC with card reader to format them first, and cleaning the contacts carefully.

Hope this helps.

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