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Sc card will not capture images. it did once and then card keeps saying to format when I put in my camera.

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  • Robert Hill Aug 24, 2008

    I am having the same problem. My camera tells me it took a photo but the image is not counted on the lcd screen or on the memory card. Any ideas???

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Is your sd card to large. The camera says only up to 1gb card.

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Neerak21

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