Question about Cameras
I have had this camera for six plus years with zero problems. I recentley purchased a 2GB Fujifilm XD card ( when I first purchased this camera 128MB was a huge card). I put the 2GB card in my camera and took many pictures and one short video. When I put the card in my XD card reader ( same one I have used for years ) The message came up on my monitor
"do you want to format this card?" then a warning that " You will loose all data if you format". I did not want to lose all the pictures so I removed the card and put it in my HP Photosmart 8250 ( the printer has 4 slots CF, XD, SD, MS ) never used it before but it allowed me to view and download all pictures and video. Because of the location and ease of use I wanted to use my XD card reader in the future. So after safely downloading all data from the 2GB card I put it back into the XD reader and hit " Format Card" then I put the card in the camera and it reads " Card Not Initialized " and will not function. What can I do to restore this card? Thanks NeilVowels@hotmail.com
According to Fuji you camera can only use cards up to 512 meg.
Scroll down to find your model, then look across the row to where it says Yes, it's under the red coloumn 16 to 512 meg.
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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