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How do I reformat memory card?

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Turn on the camera to auto> menu> setup menu> format> memory card

if you are getting the "memory card requires formatting" msg and it's a loop, try another card - there may be something wrong with the card but if that other card is still not working, it's with the camera

this cam can support up to 4gb

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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