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I have a DMC-LZ3 camera which I currently use a 512mb SD card. I recently bought a 2gb SD card which although tells me the number of pictures I can take, when I try and take pictures it comes up with 'write error'. Can you help please.

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Did you remember to format the card in the camera before using it for the first time? Is the slide switch on the side in the "unlocked" position?

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