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I am a newbie to this Forum, and I am very much looking forward to -hopefully- long years of mutually rewarding posts, be it problem solving or just sharing the pleasure of owning a red-dot camera.

 

I just received my S2 yesterday, and I intend to using both, CF and SD cards to complement each other (back-up / memory overflow).

 

However, and while I am using both recommended (size and make) media, I just got the following error message when mounting the SD card:   - "cannot read memory card" -  Seems like a read-problem or maybe formatting issue?

 

The card that gives me the problem is the SanDisk Extreme PRO SDSDXPA-064G-X46 SDXC Flash Memory Card with up to 95MB/s

 

Can anyone speak to this problem and maybe offer a solution ?

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