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Memory Stick Error

2nd new Memory Stick, with adaptor, both show "Memory Stick Error" when inserted, camera in memory mode, and try to take picture.

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Go to camera menu and Format memory stick then try.

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1. Try reinserting the Memory Stick several times.

2. Format the Memory Stick in the Camera.

*Formatting a Memory Stick will delete all the data saved in the Memory Stick.

Insert the Memory Stick in the Camera, Turn ON the Camera. Press MENU -> Memory Stick Tool -> Format -> OK.

Memory Stick compatibility information for you Camera:

http://esupport.sony.com/perl/support-info.pl?&info_id=12&mdl=DSCP43

3. Try with different Memory Stick.

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