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Just bought a 2 gig SD card and camera keeps

I just bought a 2 gig SD card and camera keeps saying,this card cannot be used,it works ok with the 1G card,dont know what the problem is,can anyone help?

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  • carolinepend Nov 12, 2009

    Yes ive tried formatting the it but still not accepting it.

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Have you formatted the card in the camera before trying to use it?

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  • Ty Price Nov 12, 2009

    How about the slide switch on the side of the card?

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