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Re: sd card issue
According to the manufacturer specs, only the mmc and sd flash protocols are supported. The sd hc protocol is not supported. There are some 4 gb sd cards that were produced before the sd hc format was produced (starting at a 4 gb capacity). Try a few different manufacturers for the 4 gb sd card.
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Look at the memory card. SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.
SD (and SDHC) cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card. If the switch is already in the proper position, slide it fully the other way and then back again.
it may, but im not sure if the sdhc or only the sd card is comapitble, it may say its not, but on a cheap camera i got once, i put a 8gb shdc card in it and it was only able to handle 2 gb sd (thats what it said in the manual) and the card showed up as 8gb and was completely usable, i would try the card in the camera before you purchase it, ask at the counter or something, because it may work even if the manual says it wont
First, make sure your cards are either, SD or MMC. Any other type won't work.
If they are SD and/or MMC cards, then the reason the cards aren't working is because they have to be formatted in the camera BEFORE you use them. Use the camera to format the cards, don't use your pc or a card reader.
The manufacturer says to use a 2gb card, but that doesn't mean you can't try a higher one. The only thing is that maybe it won't format the card right. Or, it may slow down the processing speed. It won't hurt the camera any.
Have fun with your camera. If you have any further questions, leave me a comment, and don't forget to rate my solution.
HI! FROM ALL MY RESEARCH FROM VARIOUS CASIO SITES, I HAVE FOUND THAT THE EX-Z60 CAN NOT USE THE NEW SDHC CARD. SORRY, BUT THE EX-Z60 CAN ONLY USE MMC OR SD CARDS. THE EX-Z60 BK &SR MODELS CAN USE THE SDHC CARDS. THERE ARE MANY 2GB SD ULTIMATE CARDS THAT HAVE FAST READ TIMES THAT MIGHT HELP. IF YOU NEED MORE HELP, REPLY TO ARCLIGHT1217. IF THIS HAS BEEN HELPFUL,PLEASE RATE! THANKS!
Put the new 1.01 update file (not the zip file) in your mmc. Then start the cam with pressing the menu button same time with on/off button. Cam will ask you if it's ok to update firmware, just select ok and there you go :) Just make sure you have battery fulle before doing this update.
Make sure that the SD card you are using is either a SanDisc, Toshiba, or Panasonic. Those are the only cards that have been tested with Casio cameras. Also make sure that you format the card WITH THE CAMERA before you try and use it the first time.
If it still doesn't work I would try resetting the camera and then you should have no problem.