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My Olympus xD Picture Card 128MB won't work with the HP photosmart 7760 -- the same brand 16MB card will work but when I put the 128MB in, I get an error message "CARD ACCESS ERROR." How shall I proceed?

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Clean the card with alcohol cleaner, let air dry and try again

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No one can expend efforts to diagnose, repair or let alone talk to you about what may be a 25 to 30 dollar memory card. I've had dozens of such failures but I deal with a fleet of devices and these are spread over the world now. The card, if the camera will not format it is tossed and you get a new one. Whatever you plugged it into is marked as suspect and I'd not do that again.

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