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Instruction Manual The previous manager has taken the instruction manual. I have a new memory card which needs to be initialized and no matter what I do I can't initialize it! Can you advise, please?

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  • ceb9 Aug 27, 2008

    I tried that solution, but my camera doesn't seem to have a "wrench" option in the setup menu. I bought the camera in Seoul in 2002 so my software may be different. Under set (last option on the right) I have set-up/file size/manual/auto. I select set-up and the only options are: 'image display' 'auto power off' 'date/time' 'frame no.' 'beep' 'language' and 'reset all' - and the latter doesn't initialize the card. When the camera is in the cradle, I can pull down all of my pictures, so the card seems somewhat functional. And I pulled the card out and reseated it (just in case) but that didn't help either.

    thanks in advance!

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Doh! Never mind - I was looking in the wrong setup menu, when I switched to the playback menu, format was under the erase sub-menu.

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Use the menu button to go into the "set-up" menu. Jump over to the "wrench (spanner?) page #2, and go down to "format". Arrow right, then left to "OK", the press menu/OK.
You can also download a manual in PDF format at this link.
https://georgetownphoto.fotosource.com/home.html

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