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I copied pix to laptop using Nikon Transfer. I

I copied pictures to laptop using Nikon Transfer. I placed the smart media card back in the Fuji FinePix 2800 digital zoom camera and now it is saying, "card not initialized". Pictures are still showing when I put the card back in the laptop though. How do I get the card to initialize.

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Try formatting the memory card in the FujiPix 2800 camera. See if that helps..

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