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On my Concord 5340z, ny screen reads "Internal Memory Full". How do I move on. I have retried new scan disc cards, and other ways, But cannot get the screen to move forward. Help!!!!

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  • donestelle Sep 05, 2008

    Your solution solved the problem, however when the internal memory is full, why doesn't the camera automatically switch over to the Scan Disc which was new and installed.

  • donestelle Sep 05, 2008

    Thanks for prompt reply. However your reply did not address my inquiry that when the internal memory is full why doesn't the data automatically switch over to an empty San Disc

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SD cards formatted in another camera, computer or peripheral device may not operate
correctly. When that happens, reformat the SD card with this camera.If this did not work then check if the memory size the recommend size is External : SD/MMC memory card up to 512 MB higher memory card may work or not .

Good luck....

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You need now to format the new memory card , you can format it via the camera menu or by connecting the camera to a computer then format it...

Hope that helps........

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    Mark Gil Sep 05, 2008

    This camera by deafult will automatically save all the photo to the internal memory and whay you can do is to transfer the files from the internal memory to the sandisk if you check the user manual its on page 29..

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You can delete pics without hooking up to your computer

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You need to connect the camera to a computer and delete some stored files or pictures on the camera's internal memory.

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    Michael Galve Sep 05, 2008

    Don't use the internal memory as the default saving location. Go to the settings of your camera and set saving pictures settings to use the external memory card. Now when the default saving location is the memory card, when it's full, it will then switch to internal memory if the card is full.

    Click HERE to download the user's manual. Page 35 for setting the memory card as default saving location.

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Have you tried clearing the internal memory?

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    Mighty B Sep 05, 2008

    Do this without a memory card inside the camera.

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    Mighty B Sep 05, 2008

    That should be all you need, is to delete the pics of your internal memory. But otherwise, if there is something faulty going on your camera may very well still be under warranty and you can contact concord to find this out at (954) 331-4200.

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    Mighty B Sep 06, 2008

    There should be an option in your camera's menu to save your pics internally or to save them to SD card. Check your menu and see, it is probably set to save internally. Once you switch that over, you won't have a problem. I never save internally as I always fill the SD card and save them as a back up. Then I just buy a new card for more photos. :)

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You need to delete stuff on the memory card or put a empty memory card in there

Posted on Sep 05, 2008

  • sorry i mean delete some pics or files of the internal memory or add a memory card

  • connect camera to computer go into my computer click on camera then delete some files

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