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Camera card error

I have a SD HC 2GB memory card for my camera. The camera works fine with another memory card, but when I put this one in it comes up with ''Card error''.

Is there anyway to fix it, or anywhere in the ACT where I can take it to get fixed?

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Basically you can format the card using the camera or a computer which may get it working again or just replace it with a new one. A 2gb card is fairly inexpensive to replace.

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