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Old 22 Mar 2011, 11:12 PM   #1
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Default Problem with Memory Card

Hello, i'm not sure if i'm in the right section

My memory card (SD Ultra II, 15mb/s, 8G) that i was using in my Canon camcorder FS100 was full so i put all my videos on my pc, and when I erased the files from the memory card, it said that their was only 4 min of free space left. This seemed quite weird, so i formatted the memorycard with the FAT type, and afterwards, putting the card back in the camcorder, the camcorder didn't recognize him : "cannot read videos with this card. Reinitialise using only the camcorder"

can anybody help me with this?
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