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JUST USED MY CANON 950IS FOR THE FIRST TIME USING A SANDISK ULTRA II SDHC 4GB CARD. DOWNLOADED FIRST PICTURES ONTO LAPTOP USING THE MICROMATE WHICH CAME WITH MEMORY CARD. WHEN I'VE PUT THE CARD BACK IN THE CAMERA, A MESSAGE COMES UP ON SOME OF THE IMAGES 'INCOMPATIBLE JPEG'! THE IMAGES ARE STILL THERE ON THE CARD BUT THE CAMERA DOES NOT SEEM TO WANT TO READ AOME OF THEM. IS THIS A CARD OR CAMERA PROBLE ??

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Sounds like a card problem. Did you format the card in the camera when you first got it? If not, recommend formatting it using the camera. Look for the format option in the camera's menus. Note that this will also erase all images from the card, so make sure all pictures have been first downloaded to your computer.

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Canon Power Shot SD450 Digital Elph camera started to say "no memory card" when there is Sandisk 2GB in there? What can i do?


2 things the memory card and the recovery of your files.
Your camera was produced in 2005 and in those days only MMC and SD cards could be used. A few years later the SDHC came and 2011 SDXC came. devices are downward compatible. So newer cameras can use also SD cards. But older cameras can't use newer memory cards. Even a SDHC can't be used in your camera. And although I managed to buy a 4GB SD card a few years ago, now they only produce SDHC and SDXC cards. Yes be aware a 1 GB or 2 GB card now ar most of the time SDHC.
Check your card, when it says SDHC, don't try to us it, it won't work.

Then the photos from your parents. It looks we never have taken enough pictures.
When you have old memory cards, please don't use them till you checked if there are still "deleted" pictures on them.
Deleted is most of the time just clearing the pointers to the files. The files in most cases stay on the card.
Try to download some software from this site:
Memory Card Data Recovery
Then run the software, when you have a memory card in a memory card reader and see if it can find "deleted" pictures. Be aware when you use a card with "deleted" pictures, the space that came free, will be used to put new pictures there. SO don't use the cards till you did recover everything to the computer.

There are more free recover program's. I have one form Sandisk, I got it for free with a sands memory card. Login on that site to and see if they still have free program's for Sandisk users.

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Yes. One of the reviewers of the product in the link provided uses the same model as you with no issues.

http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Memory-SDSDRH-004G-A11-Retail-Package/dp/B000J5LA9Q

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I can't tell you about a 4GB card, but that's a LOT of storage, so you probably don't really need a 4GB card anyhow???

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I assume you mean Sandisk Ultra..and the answer is Yes it will work fine.

A good choice card also..

Just beware that some computers will need the SDHC reader.
For example my SDHC cards can be read in XP without the reader but my Vista machines need the reader.

Good luck and happy shooting :-)

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