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Install a 2 gb memory chip and camera displays card error

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Your A345 isn't compatible with the 2gb cards, only up to a 1gb xD. Here is a link to Fuji Canada's compatibility chart: http://www.fujifilm.ca/x7970.xml

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This seems to be a known issue with the Canon camera's to display Memory card error.

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2. If this does not work, you need a card reader to read/view images on your PC ( since you are not able to access the card in your camera )
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