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I took my CF card out to get photos, went to put it back in and the screen read "There is a problem with CF card. Replace the CF card." I didn't think there was a problem with the card. But I replaced it anyway. Same message. I tried to format the new card and a message read err 99 turn it off and on and reinstall battery & put it back. I did all of that. Same message about the CF card.

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Your CF pins in the camera are most likely bent/broken. This is a very common problem. Most repair shops will charge $150-$200 to repair this.

Hope this helps.

Wes

Posted on Sep 10, 2010

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