I had same problem especially in flash mode. I changed SD Memory card and it is now 100% good. You must always use Premier brand cards, cause others may cause problems. You must als format your card first, before changing it.
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From what i know and i own a Fuji FinePixA360.According to the Manual 1gb is the highest amount of memory listed.Also you can not put a M+ (high speed) card in the camera will read error.Bascially the Fuji is an older camera and was designed for 1gb and must use the "M" xd picture card (DPC-M1GB) .Thats all the higher memory that was available when the camera was manufactured.I don't know if a 2 gb memory card will work but if you do try one make sure its the older M NOT M+.Hope this helps someone,Gary Malcontent
Olympus cards don't always work in Fuji cameras. Maybe not at all in older Fuji's.
You could try and update the firm ware in your camera and see if that does anything (if it's available on the Fuji website) Go to the service and support section on the web site and you may be lucky
Fuji Finepix S7000 Zoom Memory Cards (xD-Picture Card - M Type) & Accessories
The following memory cards are compatible with your Fuji Finepix S7000 Zoom. Every memory card we offer is manufactured to the highest standard and carries a 2 year minimum warranty. Your Fuji Finepix S7000 Zoom accepts xD-Picture Card - M Type cards. The largest xD-Picture Card - M Type card you can use in your Fuji Finepix S7000 Zoom is 2048MB View all Fuji Digital Cameras
I would try another card with the camera to see if there is a fault in your camera or the USB cable. If the other card works fine, then there nay be some compatibility issues with the M type XD card in your camera. Just for reference: I have several older FujiFilm digital cameras that I still will not use the newer style cards with. Newer meaning the 'M' and 'H' series cards. Fuji says they will work fine, but I'm always leery of newer techno gear being 100% compatible with older stuff.
Here is a link to Fuji's memory card chart: FujiUSA