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2 gig sd card problem

I got a new hp 2 gig sd card and when i put in my camera and hook to the computer it wont establish connection. if i try to use the card it keeps asking to format and that the card is full but i havent taken a pic yet. when i take the card out the camera works like a charm

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  • ih82bealive Aug 20, 2008

    thanks for the help thats what i was thinking. i looked for smaller cards on line today and they are getting hard to find and cost more than i paid for my 2gig cards. lol.. funny how that goes. thanks again

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I found a user manual online says max memory is 256mb on this camera. Wont recognize anything bigger.

Here's the manual in pdf
http://www.theusermanualsite.com/mdownloads/3d5c169f-850c-2724-ed2c-2d458174b40a.pdf

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