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CompactFlash card I've formatted my 16MB CompactFlash card in the camera but the pictures stop advancing after a while.

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Re: CompactFlash card

Download all images into your computer that you want to save, put the card into it's adapter, then place it in a computer with a type II PCMCIA socket and run a DOS format command. After reformatting, the card will have 16MB available.

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ERROR MESSAGE: Corrupted CompactFlash card.


Storing digital picture information to a CompactFlash card (as when a digital image is taken) is similar to storing data on the hard drive of a computer -- if the process is stopped or interrupted, the information stored is not complete and, therefore, "corrupts" the storage media. A computer will display a warning message indicating that the hard drive has errors, while a camera will display a message indicating the memory card is corrupted. The CompactFlash card corruption can be caused by: * Turning off the camera power before the photo information is completely stored on the card. * Removing the card before the photo information is completely stored on it. * Taking a second picture before the camera has finished storing the previous picture. * Camera batteries that are near the end of their life and need to be replaced. Once a CompactFlash card is corrupted, it can be used again only by performing a Format procedure. IMPORTANT! When a CompactFlash card is re-formatted, any pictures stored on it will be lost forever and cannot be recovered.

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ERROR MESSAGE: Corrupted CompactFlash card.


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