Hey there all,
i had the same card error problem with my z10 i tried formating with the camera my computer and even with other cameras all for no result...i knew the card was good it formated with other devices and performed as required..i then tried different cards still nothing except for an old 8mb mmc card...hmmmmm....i thought... so i took a chance on going to pricewatch.com and finding a 1 gig mmc card for 11.00 dollars free shipping but nontheless it worked like a charm!!. the difference in the cards are that the sd has like 9 contacts and the mmc has 7 its probally a little slower in its transfer rate . i hope this helps any who has this same unable to read card error on their z10. its a great camera and takes great photos at least for its level of technology
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SD Memory Cards have a write-protect switch to prevent image data from being deleted. By sliding the switch to the bottom of the card, the data will be protected. images cannot be recorded when the card is protected. If an attempt is made to record or delete an image with the camera, the card-locked message will appear on the monitor.
Spare yourself the trouble. I had researched it (I thought) and got one, and stuck it in. The screen read: "Unable to use," It continued to read this, even after I formatted the card, so I ended up giving it to my brother, who has a Kodak camera. Sorry!
camera will accept a maximum SD card capacity of 2GB. It simply isn't
capable of handling anything of a larger capacity and in particular is
incompatible with the more technically advanced SDHC cards.
Your fix is to either replace your camera with a later model or to stick to using SD cards with a maximum 2GB capacity.