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My SD card will not go in. It has been fine, took it out this morning to download the images and when I attempted to put it back in, it will not go all the way in

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The card must have gotten slightly flatten. Try to wiggle it in.

Posted on Nov 04, 2010

  • dick751 Nov 04, 2010

    All I did was take it out, insert in my card reader on the computer like I've done hundreds of times, then tried to put it back in the camera and it only goes in about 90% then stops, like something blocking it. I'm stumped

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