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My camera says that the disk is full. There are no pictures on the memory card. The camera will let me take one picture and then I get the disk full message. Is there an internal memory? If so, how can I clear it? My camera is a 7.2 mega pixels Exilim.

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If there is a internal memory-which there proably is-remove card and hit playback and see if there are pics-if so either download or see if you can copy onto mem card inside camera through a copy function in playback menu-simply hit delete all or find format in menu and that wil clear internal

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  • Robert Vandenberg Sep 04, 2008

    thanks for the kinds words-glad it worked out!

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