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To start, not all digital cameras support the 4GB card. If the Casio mounted 1GB memory card as factory standard, then it is possible that the maximum size supported is 2GB.
If the camera accepts the 4GB, it should read the pre-formatted card. If it does not, the card can usually be formatted from the camera menu.
Let me know model of your camera, so that I can tell you if 4GB card is supported or not.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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