Question about Canon EOS Rebel XS 35mm SLR Camera
I would first try reading the card by inserting it in a PC connected card reader to see if it will recognize the card. If you can read the card via the PC, back off the pictures. Once you back them off, attempt to reformat the card. If you can reformat the card you should be able to use it again in the camera. Insert the card into the camera and check to make sure the card can be recognized and to check the camera does not have a problem reading the card. If it cannot be read, you will have to have the camera serviced. It should still be under some warrantee.
If the card cannot be read by either the PC or the camera, the card has been damaged and needs to be replaced.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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