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When I insert my SD Memory Card it says "No image on memory card meet the download conditions"
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Have you formatted the sd card for ms dos fat32 or macos
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When I insert my SD Card it says
"No image on Memory Card meet the download conditions"
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Well, can you read the contents of the card via Finder? Might want to see if there are files present and in what file extensions or folder (such as a DCIM). NOTE - I'd put the SD card switch in the LOCK position just so an accidental deletion does not occur - let us know your results. Dave
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Everything seems to appear in File IISVPL. You can see all of thee days the video was shot. What is upsetting is when I put it back into the video camera it says "No Data"
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Do not cross post or double post. One thread per subject only. Your other post has been merged together here.
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