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I have a samsung s1070 and i just brought a 4gb SD card and the camera won't accept it.It keeps upcoming as card error?any ideas

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  • loveland88 May 11, 2010

    I've heard that there is a difference between the formatting of the 2GB and smaller, and the 4GB and larger SD memories. My wife's Panasonic accepts up to 8GB without any problems. Hers is 2 years old and yours is only 1 year old ?? I recommend trying a different brand of SD 4GB, trying to reformat the memory, or contacting Samsung Support on the internet about the problem. Sorry , that's best I can do.

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S1070 SD card support:
SD Card (up to 2GB guaranteed) MMC plus (up to 1GB guaranteed) SDHC (up to 8GB guaranteed)

So if your SD card is a 4G MMC you will have to downgrade to 1 or 2G.

Good Luck

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