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The 4GB memory card my wife baught for my miney com corder is to small and is not going function proply, after closer observation of the card it stated the card was for a cell phone not for a miney cam- corder is there adapter for small miney cards or is there a 4GB card maid for the right size. THANK YOU.

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You can buy an adaptor for the card (I assume you have a micro SD card and your camcorder takes a standard or mini SD card). Try a camera shop for adaptors. It will cost only a little bit more to buy the correct size card.

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