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Memory card assistance

I put my 4gb memory card in the camera and it doesn't appear to be accepting it. the camera lets me take a couple of pictures and then says the memory is full. ideas? i install the drivers that were on the disc.

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I don't know what year or model camera but 4 gb basically only work in 2 yrs or newer models-not all cameras support card due to diferent file format on sdhc cards-try going back to 1 or 2 gb and play it safe if they work

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