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Read error when I try to delete pictures it says "read error"....i cannot delete anything. any suggestions?

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Try using the "format" option from the set-up menu. That should wipe everything off the card, and get rid of any "bad" data that has accumulated over time. If you want to only erase selected images, try the erase option again, but make sure to wait until the green light comes on before proceeding.

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