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Fix 4 http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2009/07/simple-fix-for-memory-card-locked-error.html?m=1

Posted on Nov 20, 2011

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SOURCE: I've tried several SD cards

This camera only supports, SD not SDHC, so make sure that the card is 2GB or under and the camera should recognize it.

Posted on May 11, 2011

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ASMI SD is not a type of file. It is the name of the card reader. Asmi is either the name of the card adapter (the slot) inside the camera, or the name of a card size adapter. Here a brochure showing ASMI adapters.

The card has lost formatting and the camera is either displaying the card reader name because the camera is unreadable, or the card is showing ASMI SD as a file name because its formatting is defective.

When that happens the files are often damaged or lost. The only attempt you can do to recover files is by connecting the card to a computer and then using a data recovery software.

Check also If the card is using an adapter. In that case you will have a smaller card inside an adapter that looks like a bigger card, as shown below. That adapter is ASMI as the slot inside the camera. If using an adapter extract the smaller card from inside and test using a computer.

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With or without adapter pull out the card and read it using a computer. If the computer has no built in card reader, get an USB reader like this:Card reader .

First try reading the SD card without recovery software. If that does not work and files are still not displayed, install a recovery software and try recovering the files on the damaged card with the recovery software. Below a choice of files recovery software. Some of the software is free.

iCare Data Recovery Freeware

Undelete Software data recovery

Free SD Card Recovery

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File Recovery Download

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Posted on Aug 19, 2011

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SOURCE: sd card won't stay in the slot of my nikon coolpix S210

See fix 4 http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2009/07/simple-fix-for-memory-card-locked-error.html?m=1

Posted on Nov 20, 2011

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