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It sounds like the camera is set to always save to the internal memory. With the SD card in place, adjust the settings to save to the SD card. (Sorry, I don't know the exact menu paths for your camera).
(If you have also copied your pictures off your camera, you can erase the internal memory and use that to take more pictures - however it will fill up again).
Try formatting (not erasing) the card in your camera to rejuvenate it. Press "menu" button, then select the tools menu. Then scroll down to the selection stating your card's capacity and select it. Select "Low Level" format if offered. This will also totally erase your card, so do this after saving any important images to your computer.
Hi, You just need to format the memory card. And make sure that you are in memory card option for the picture storage when you take pictures. Formatting the memory cardThis function will format the memory card and will erase all files in memory including files that have been protected.Note: Once formatted all the images stored in the memory will be erased. This process is irreversible. Please download all images to the PC before formatting the card.1. Touch the icon (arrow down) function area until you see the “Format” option. 2.Touch the icon (memory card drawing/picture) function area to enter the Format menu. 3.Touch the icon (arrow left) function area to select OK/Cancel. 4.Press the Menu/OK button to confirm. 5.A Format message will appear on the LCD.FORMAT? YES NO6.Touch the icon (arrow right) or (Arrow left) function area to select Yes or No.
If you do not have a memory card inserted, the camera defaults to the internal memory, both in shooting and playback modes. You can transfer from internal to a card using the "copy" function from the playback menu. The internal memory can be erased from the playback menu using the format function in the "setup" menu. Don't erase (format) until you are sure the images are stored safely elsewhere.
Hey mrstena, What this message means if the memory card you are using has no more space on it to record new images to it. To fix this you need to upload the images on the memory card to a computer either using a USB cord that connects the camera to the computer, or getting a card reader that supports your type of memory card and connect the memory card directly to the computer with the card reader. After you have uploaded your images you should format the memory card in the camera, which will erase all the images on the memory card and you should then be able to take more images. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
1.Reformat the card in the camera.
2 If you have a computer, cinnected the camera or put it into the cardreader
Download PCInspector from www.convar.com
and see what the program willpull out of the card.
Then carry out one.
2. Buy another card.
Try another memory card and see if you still have the problem.
In case it will solve your problem - the existing memory card is defective and should be replaced.
Let us know with your results and we will do our best to support you.
Good luck !!
Somewhere I read to be careful using cardreaders, using your memory card in different camera's and managing your card via the computer. Appearantly all of these can corrupt your card. The advice is to hook your camera directly up to your computer to transfer images and perhaps it is wise to erase images through the camera's menu instead of via the transfer program of the computer. Try formatting the card using the camera's menu and see if the problem persists.