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Problem Hi. My Nikon gives me the message "Memory card cannot be used". I really need help urgently. Phillip

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If D70, and it applies to any card used then examine the loading LED. This is a green diode which gives a brief flash when you insert a card. If it continues flashing whilst giving you the message, then this is a know fault with the camera and Nikon will fix it free of charge.

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