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Just a WILD guess: Might be a problem with your external SD or micro SD card . If it's a micro SD, you can introduce it in a USB microSD card reader and check it in your computer. It should show as a Removable disk.. You even might try replacing this SD card Else, no idea, worst case "scenario", might be the electronics of your camera
Your jazz ultratab c855 should work with SD up to 32 Gb; are you sure that the card you have is good ? You can test it introducing it in a MicriSD Reader and check it in any computer. If shows up as Removable Drive with correct size, your card is good.
When the card worked before, check if you did not switch the lock switch down. And check all contacts on the card and in the camera. They should be clean and shiny.
When you recently bought a new card you could have bough a SDHC card and these won't work in your S800.
The S800 only accepts MMC and SD cards, The SDHC and SDXC cards won't work.
A few years ago you still could buy 4 Gbyte SD cards. Now even most 1 Gbyte and 2 Gbyte cards are already SDHC. SDHC was introduced at least 7 or 8 years ago, so all new devices accept SDHC. The SDXC was introduced at least 4 years ago, so in a couple of years, you perhaps only can buy these cards?
Check your mini SD card and see if it has the SDHC (high capacity) logo on it. Originally SD cards, including the mini SD, had a 2GB limit by protocol. The DC10 was introduced when this was the most advanced protocol. Since then the SDHC protocol has been introduced, but the DC10 is not compatible with SDHC. You need to get a mini SD, 2GB maximum capacity.
Unfortunately, no. If it's a 4GB card, it is an SDHC card, which uses a different protocol than the 'standard' SD card. The maximum capacity of the SD protocol is 2GB, which is what the A530 is compatible with. (The SDHC protocol came out after the A530 was introduced.)
Have you tried removing the SD Card? If so, it's unlikely this has anything to do with the SD Card, it's probably coincidence. Try doing a hard power-off on the console by holding down the power button until the orange light on it turns red. Give it a few seconds then press the button to turn the system back on and see if it works.