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Memory Priority Problem

My camera will not put pictures onto the memory card.

I have read what the manual says, and I have done other problem-solving things that I've seen on this website, but my camera suddenly won't recognize the same SD card that it has previously recognized.

I have tried to clean the card area. I have changed the battery. I have formatted the IN Memory on the camera; but it will not even recognize the SD card, so I can't even attempt to format the card.

What can I do?

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  • ledpenny Jun 27, 2008

    Camera has been working fine... put in a 4G qmemory SD card, and can no longer take pictures....?

  • lil_salina Dec 04, 2008

    me two i have the same problem its really gettin on my frickin nerves

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Try using an SD card reader on a PC and format the SD memory card that way.
Is it a cheap/generic card. Sometimes they are just not durable.

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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