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Expand memory in HP 620

I can not expand a memory in my HP 620 digital camera. I bought 256 Mb SD Viking memory card, but it doesnt work. Always I got a message "unsupported image format". What might be a reason for this?

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Re: expand memory in HP 620

Have you formatted the card by using the camera to format?

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