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    Arrow Kodak camera C530 says filesys error e00100 What to do?

    I am totally new and a noob on all digital cameras. I just got the Kodak C530 every time I try to reformat the (Transcend) SD 2GB Card i got the following message
    filesys error e00100 . I hope someone can help me out

    Thanks guys
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    I'm not an expert on digital cameras but wondered why you wanted to reformat the card? I have a digital camera (fujifilm e550) and have never had to reformat the card.

    I did a quick google search and came up with a few answers. One of the search results is quoted and linked below. Doesn't sound like good news.

    You may have a damaged card installed in the camera. Either try another card, or try to reformat the card. If you have an external card reader (external to your PC) then try to put the card into that device and see if your computer can recognize the card --> if you have images on there, you may be able to recover them.
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    Welcome to the Edge.....

    There could be another reason...other then what snafu mentioned....the card reader in the camera is damaged - if the card works in another device then I would suggest taking the camera back to the store. Bent pins in the camera is a big problem for most companies this year. There where two card readers that were put into digital cameras - which allow the cards to go in different ways and thereby damaged the connector pins inside the camera and sometimes the SD card.

    If the card works in another device you should be okay. Hope this helps.

    Cheers.

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