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Card error i just received the olympus and i bought a sandisk Ultra II 2gb compact flash, when i take a picture it shows the pic however when i choose the view button i receive [CF] ! picture error. I exchanged the card and tried a new one and i receive the same error. Any suggestions?

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Try to examine the card on a computer (e.g. with a card reader). are there any pictures on the card? if not, try formatting the card (see olympus manual for a how-to).

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