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Remove and reinstall driver, since no OS mentioned hard too help. see if recognized in the ''my computer'' section.

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My MacBook Pro OS X 10.9.1 won't read my Lexar Professional 800x 8 GB Compact Flash UDMA 7.


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You most likely will need a different card to be compatible with your MacBook pro. Apple website should be helpful.

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Am afraid that it is an internal hardware problem. Chances are that the electronic trigger that fires the flash has shorted out and is therefore making the flash work even with the camera off. Since this would involve electronic circuitry and components, use of a DVM and a low wattage soldering iron or even a hot air blower, perhaps your best bet would be to seek the services of a qualified professional. Often even if you can actually open the unit for a look and see of the trigger/flash module, replacement part availability would be a major concern.

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My MacBook Pro OS X 10.9.1 won't read my Lexar Professional 800x 8 GB Compact Flash UDMA 7.


You can try using a file recovery software like Bad Copy Pro 4.10.125. It works well for me.

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Make sure the reader is not USB 1.0 because the 4GB CF card is a UDMA type card that the USB 1.0 cannot recognize. Upgrade to a USB 2.0 reader and you should have no problem.

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if you have a lexar card, there is a program called lexar image rescue, it will recover pictures from the card even if its damaged. If its another brand of card, there are many programs available for a price that will recover data from a dead cf card.
http://www.cardrecovery.com/ this is a good one available for 40 bucks.

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From what i can find the Fuji S2 DSLR can only take up to a 2gb card, so this would explain card error the camera cannot register the space available.

I am getting more problems like this the card manufactures bringing out these large high speed cards, but only the newer cameras can use them, the older ones just show an error.

Similar problem with the computer especially if you have bought one of the new udma cards (305x speed) your computer or card reader might be letting you down. Have you tried formating the card in the computer and then writing a file to it, this will determine if there is a fault with the card.

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Usually a bad card in my experience - I'm too tight to buy decent cards, and quite a few have given me problems. Luckily they're quite cheap nowadays!!

You could try using a PC with card reader to format them first, and cleaning the contacts carefully.

Hope this helps.

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