A&P SD memory card problem

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  1. cruzr180

    cruzr180 I'm addictive!!

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    A couple weekends ago I was in NY, had taken a bunch of pics when my camera just stopped working. It says memory card requires formatting. At first I did not want to do that because I would lose all the pics. I came back home and took the disk to walmart to try and print the pics out, it didnt work there either. So then I tried to format it but that does not even work.

    Anything else I can do? Is my SD card dead?
     
  2. cruzr180

    cruzr180 I'm addictive!!

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    using a memory card reader?

    I tried using the computer at walmart that has all the different memory card slots.
     
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    DR-GSR Old Member

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    You should format it in the camera.
     
  4. Kinks

    Kinks Sup. OT Supporter

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    try it in a PC, it sounds like the memory card may be dead but it's possible the camera stuffed up and wrote trash to it as well. have you got another memory card you can try in the camera?
     
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    digital media restore. see if a location that carries the Fuji kiosks has the software on it. if that doesn't work, your card is dead.
     
  6. J R B

    J R B The pink pills are for your sanity, we are buried

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    Sounds like the card might just be corrupted, so you will probably lose your current pictures, but after you format it in your camera, it might be okay.
     

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