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Card Problem I have Nikon Cooplix L10.I take picture then i transfer to my computer.After 5 minutes,i want to take picture but when i on the camera it say'This card cannot be used'why?Please tell me why it happend

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  • klaoody Feb 08, 2008

    My simple problem is the fact i only instert the card into my digital camera , i want to use my camera but a message shows me that "this card cannot be used" i have another card but that one is ok its the same memory the same type everything...Please help

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That's happened to me before. I never found out the real reason but i think most likely because the card is full. You could go to future shop or best buy and ask for help.

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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