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Memory Quit working

Have been using a 256mb ScanDisk Ultra II Complatflash card in my camera for over 3 years and never had any problems with it. Turned my camera on a few days ago and got this message WARNING: (This CF card cannot be read). when this message appeared now can go anywheres in the camera not even to the menu area. Put another smaller card in an everything works fine no problems of any type. Went out an bought another large ScanDisk Ultra II CompactFlash card 4.0gb and This card causes the camera to say (out of memory) but will allow me to get into the menu area of the camera. It will allow me try to format the disk but will does not seem complete the format.

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Hi there, please check with the Nikon Dealer the 4G card compatibility issue, maybe the card is too big for your camera. Best regards, Arpi

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