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Card not initialized

How do I initialize my card?

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  • neddfechan Dec 09, 2007

    Camera was working fine 2 days ago.



    Now when I open the lens it says "card not initialized" and will not take photos. What to I do?

  • tomofood Dec 13, 2007

    finepix v10 card is not initialized .. what to do ?

  • ash0723 Jan 14, 2008

    MY card worked fine for months and i hadn't used it in a while and when i turned it back on it said" card not initialized" and wouldn't allow me to take pictures. i have another memory card that i put in to see if it would work and it did! how do i fix this?

    _Ashley_

  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2008

    used to work, put into a converter thing that allowed it to connect to my computer then it didn't work and said card not initialized

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Well i got the a340 and i just got it from my aunt and i got a new memory card and when i go to format it and at the very end theres a window that pops up and says Windows was unable to complete the format and when i turn on the cam it says card not initialized can anyone help me out?

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This seems to happen if I forget to eject the camera icon before taking out the USB lead, even if I have turned off the computer first. Press menu button, click on SET on page 1, scroll down to FORMAT on page 2, and go to OK. The camera will initialise the card, but beware - all the pictures will be erased.

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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