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Memory card error

"write error please check the card"

Although the answer to this question might be obvious, I thought I might ask anyway since I don't have a manual (in english) . . .

Is there any way to fix the card? Everything was working happily BUT just after I downloaded some pictures sucessfully, I couldn't take photos anymore and the message above is displayed after I try to take a shot.

Please let me know if there is anything I can do or if the card is cactus. Also if you know what happened that would be useful as well, since I was only doing what I usually do. . :D Thanks!!

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I suggest you buy a new memory card...memory card errors usually occur when while loading pics your memory card is taken of or your computer or camera got turned off..Memory card problems are usually not solved best option is to buy a new one.

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