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I accepted the solution... but I''m not sure if i should have waited a little longer

I wanted to see what you might suggest (my original request/problem had to do with the fast shutter on my Canon 20D) - I wasn't sure if I was supposed to accept the solution to get mor imput from you or just wait it out. I went ahead and accepted the solution, but now I think I won't get any more solutions from anyone else.... so I'm not sure if I got a little ahead of myself here - since I still have not found a solution to this.

Let me know if I should repost my problem?
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I posted on your original post but I will copy and paste it again for you. This is your best course of action.
If you have tried a different card and formatting it and that stilldidn't help then I would recommend finding the nearest authorizedservice center. The link can be found here
http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ServiceLocatorAct&fcategoryid=215&modelid=10464
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