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1GB SD memory card problem

I have put a 1GB SD memory card in my camera and get "this card cannot be used" message. However, the card is fine. Any advice?

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  • Anonymous Nov 18, 2008

    can a 1gb sd memory card be formated to use in this camera

  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2008

    I have the same problem with a card that I bought on vacation. I know that the card is fine because I use it in other applications. HELP !!!

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Your camera is an old model and can't handle big memory card. Use only 128 or 256MB card in this model.

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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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.

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