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Purchased a 6 meg memory and cannot get it to format on the camera.

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  • kakima Sep 10, 2010

    Don't you mean 6GB?

    The EasyShare-One works with SD cards. It will not work with SDHC cards, and if your card is larger than 2GB then it's an SDHC card.

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Having gone over a month without a response to my query, I assume it was just an SD/SDHC mismatch

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