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Card not initialised - F401

Bought some years ago have never experienced any problems - recently however I changed my PC to a mac -OS X 10.5.2 - having sucessfully downloaded my first set of photos I now have an error message on the digital cameras led display saying CARD NOT INITIALIZED And now cannot use the camera presumablely I have to re initialise this card (where ever that lives ) because I am using Mac but can find no info to help. Any thoughts? Thanks in anticipation of your help in this matter

Rob s

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  • arflyons May 02, 2009

    changed my computer to a mac, downloaded my pics, now card reads "card not initialized " on the lcd screen- wont work-help-thanks

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