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Although most digital cameras will accept the correct version SanDisk card, without the make and model of your camera no one can give you an absolute correct answer. SanDisk, in my opinion, is the best memory card maker in the business. I use SanDisk SDHC crds and SanDisk Compact Flash cards in my cameras. I usually use at least the Ultra II models for the DSLRs.
Inspect the camera itself under good light with a keen eye. You may find a pin is bent, broken or missing in the flash card compartment. This would require the aid of a camera technician to fix. If this is not the case though, then perhaps the card has become corrupt or faulty. I would suggest purchasing a leading brand card reader(eg lexar or sandisk) as they often come with image recovery software to help in these situations. Good Luck!
Card probably became corrupted. Try running a Memory Card Recovery Program. If that doesn't work take it to a place that'll do that type of thing professionally, a lot of electronics and computer stores do this for a small charge.
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