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I'm missing the camera card. How do I get a replacement card?

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This 5MP (Megapixel) camera has 16MB built-in memory and has an SD card slot.

Your camera uses either MMC of SD memory cards.
Radio Shack, BestBuy, Fry's, Office Depot, Office Max, has them.
Start with a 1GB SD card (Don't use MMC).

A 1GB card will hold almost 500 pictures at maximum resolution (5MP).
(Fry's is lowest cost, then Best Buy)

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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Your fix is to either replace your camera with a later model or to stick to using SD cards with a maximum 1GB capacity.

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I have replaced the battery and memory card, the camera keeps saying I need to format the card, but then it says it is formatting, then gives another message saying the card needs to be formatted....


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I'm looking for a USB connector for my Fuji DX-7.


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You can get RS-232 to USB adapters, but I'm pretty sure that they wont work with your camera. DX-7 was originally equipped with 5V Smartmedia cards. Newer (!) type cards are 3,3V. You can get a card-reader for 3,3V cards but not for 5V cards.
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1 pin bent resulting in "Card Error" message. Attempt to straighten pin broke it off! Camera now appears to work well. What other problems might this missing pin create? Should I keep the camera or replace...


Some of the CF card pins don't do anything. It could be one of those that broke. If, when it was bent, it shorted one of the other pins, that may have caused the "Card Error". Removing the pin may have no negative effect.

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Missing pictures


Lets check the SD card first.

Take out the SD card and put it in external card reader connected to computer.

Copy/transfer all the photos from the SD card to computer.

goto My Computer and right-click the 'Removable Disk' (the SD card drive) and click Properties.
click Tools and click Error checking - Check now button
select the option 'automatically fix file-system errors' and click Start button.
if any errors was found and fixed, you can also Format the SD card. And your SD card should not drop photos again.

Now put SD card back in the camera.

Now take 20 test photos and check if something is missing.
if not take 20 more test photos and check if something is missing.
if all is ok then you can delete all test photos and start taking normal photos.

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Missing pictures


Hey flowernthe,
The error message “card cannot be read" means there was and error when the camera tried to access the memory card. To fix this you should make sure you are using the right kind of memory card, which for this kind of camera is a SD card, and it does not support SDHc cards. Since this camera uses SD cards I would make sure the slider on the side of the card is not set to the locked position. If this doesn't help I would make sure the memory card connecters are clean, and if they're not you can use a rubber eraser to clean them up. I hope this helps!

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chech your memorycard in computer backup all data into pc. & format your memory card. if the problem presist replace your card

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"no CF card"


try reformatting the card. otherwise you either have a defect in the card that does not manifest itself while not in the camera, or you have a broken pin in the cf slot. look down it to see if all the pins are upright and none missing. next, you can try another cf card. if you get the same reading then its the camera.
reset the camera by removing the main battery and reinstalling it. if that does not work, then you will likely need to send the camera for repairs. if you have broken or missing pins, it will also occasion a repair shop visit.
good luck
mark

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Card not initialised


You can recover the missing pics off your card get, there are some image recovery programs available on the net and most camera shops will offer a card recovery service but dont format before you get pics recovered.

Not formatting a card is bad. They need to be formatted on a regular basis because deleting images from card does not remove them and the next image taken only overwrites the old ones.

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