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Kodak SD Card 1GB format Error - Digital Cameras

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  • Anonymous Oct 22, 2008

    Mine is doing the same thing...it worked fine when i first put it in but after i took it out and transfered the pix off it,it no longer works.It wont work on my computer either.

  • trekmcbee Nov 16, 2008

    Hi! I've the same problem with my card. I hope solution comes soon... very important event is just around the corner...I don't want to buy a new card coz it's very expensive.

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Max card size is 512MB

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Kodak c310 camera won't format new SD 2GB card old card same size

Older C310s won't take that large a card. Try to exchange it for a 1 GB or smaller. I had the same problem - a PNY 1 GB works fine

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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SOURCE: My Kodak P850 do not accept SD cards 4 or 8GB,

Technically speaking, SD cards only go up to 2GB. (Actually, some very rare 4GB SD cards exist, but I doubt you have one of those.) Cards 4GB and up are SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) cards. Your camera was designed before the SDHC specs, and thus is not compatible with SDHC cards. This is not something that can be changed in firmware, since there is a hardware compatibility issue.

SDHC devices will accept SD cards, but the opposite does not hold true. SD devices will not accept SDHC cards.

Posted on Jan 18, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Kodak C330.

With no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions to erase the internal memory. Then, your card should work properly.

Posted on Oct 26, 2010

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I just put in a new SD card in Kodak Z760, but it needs to be formatted. How do you format the card?


There is a function to format memory cards somewhere in the camera's setup menus, but this might not be the problem. Most cards come pre-formatted. If this card is more than 1GB it will be SDHC instead of SD. SD and SDHC cards fit the same slots, but many cameras won't work with the SDHC (high capacity) cards. SDHC is not backwards compatible.

There is no reason not to try formatting the card, but if it won't format or isn't usable after formatting, then it may be incompatible.

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Although you haven't stated the make, model and capacity of your memory card the information in your question suggests that you have used the wrong memory card.

The CD33 is compatible with SD memory cards but not with the later SDHC models (the HC means High Capacity). They'll fit into the camera just fine as they have the same shape as an SD card, but the CD33 chipset is incompatible at the basic hardware level and cannot format SDHC cards.

To complicate matters further, the original SD specification allowed up to a maximum 2GB, and this was later extended to 4GB but hardly any SD devices can use the 4GB cards without a firmware update. No firmware update was ever released to allow your camera to use 4GB SD cards. Your camera was also designed before 2GB SD cards were available so whilst it may be compatible in theory it was never tested with them.

I'd recommend that you stick to 1GB maximum SD cards unless you use a Kodak branded 2GB version: Kodak's website claims that your camera should work with their own brand card of that capacity, so if it doesn't you can claim on their warranty for a refund or maybe an exchange for two 1GB cards.

If all this is incorrect and you're using a regular SD card of no larger than 1GB then you either have a faulty card or a faulty camera. The only way to find out will be to try a new 1GB SD card from a major brand name. If the camera proves to be faulty then it's beyond economic repair as labour costs for diagnosing the fault alone will exceed the camera value.

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Kodak EasyShare Z612 will not format SDHC 4.0 GB card.


Z612 is not compatible with SDHC card., the compatible and recommended Memory card you can only used is 1GB SD card or 2GB SD card. Gudluck!

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I have a kodak c310, trying to format the card and it keeps saying memory full format card, so i format and it comes up FILESYS ERROR e00100, but it's a new card?


The c310 will only accept SD cards up to 2GB.

You haven't said which card you're trying to use but the symptoms are typical of those encountered if you try either a larger capacity SD card (which go to 4GB maximum) or if you're trying to use a later SDHC (the HC means High Capacity) card. The c310 was designed and manufactured before SDHC cards were manufactured and is incompatible at the basic hardware level. SDHC's will fit inside as they have the same form as SD cards, but your camera is unable to use them.

If you have tried using the wrong card then all you need to do to fix the error is to replace it with a standard SD card not exceeding 2GB. In practice you'll find that your camera may have issues with some brands/models of 2GB SD cards but that it will work fine with any make or model of 1GB SD card. The smaller capacity card will also ensure that your camera does not become awkwardly slow in operation.

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On a kodak c33o camera i get error code e 00100 when i try to format memory card


Hi there.
If the SD card is over 1GB then the camera does not support it.

The Kodak Website States that your Camera does NOT Support 2 Gig SD Cards...

However, there is a Firmware Upgrade Located at the Link Below that is said to Help Resolve this Issue...
Kodak Firmware Upgrade Page...


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Buy a 1GB card (or 2). The spec for the SD card format is going to 2GB but the Kodak C330 not compatible with 2 GB SD memory cards.
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This camera only supports an SD card of 1GB maximum. I tried a 2GB SD card and the camera reported the error you describe, that the card needs to be formatted (and it wouldn't format in the camera, either). I purchased a 1GB Duracell SD card P/N DU-SD-1024-C at Wal-Mart, and it was actually a 2GB card (tested in my desktop PC's SD slot and it was fine). Nice deal, but this camera can't use it. I bought a 3-pack of Kodak 1GB SD cards at Wal-Mart and they worked great in this camera.

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