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Camera displays a 'no card' message, tried differant cards but nothing seems to want to work !

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    camera is a G600 'NOT' G500

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There is a couple different things you can try. One is to clean the memory slot contacts with a cotton swab or rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab. You can also check your camera setting to see if the memory options let you switch to memory card. You should also make sure none of the cards are locked. It is possible that the camera needs a firmware update.

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