Question about Cameras
Sounds like the contacts for the cards are dirty. Turn off the camera and remove the batteries before doing the following.
Try taking a piece of card stock (or a manilla folder) and cut it to the size (width only) of your memory card. Fold it to make it thicker. Wet the creased end with rubbing alcohol. Now gently insert the creased end into the memory card slot and move it in and out to clean the contacts. Remove and blow out with a can of compressed air to dry. Let sit a few minutes and then your cards again. You might want to clean their contacts as well with a clean rubber type eraser by gently rubbing the contacts on the cards.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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