Question about Cameras
Sorry, but every indication confirms that you have a faulty memory card. It's either a manufacturing error or a handling error (you should never normally touch the contacts except as you have already been directed to do so).
There is only one fix and that is to replace it.
You may find that your xD is still under warranty in which case it will be exchanged by Olympus free of charge. In practice I've found that with major brands, faulty memory cards are often exchanged free on a goodwill basis even after the warranty has expired, especially when my politely-worded letters point out how loyal I've been in the past to the brand and that my money will be going to a rival company if I'm forced to buy a new card.
I regret that your card is unrepairable, but I hope that my reply has still confirmed that there is no other solution to your problem.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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