We had read card error on our Finepix5700, re-formated the card, now pictures are stored to internal memory and we cannot switch to store photos on the memory stick. In addition, we cannot clear the photos without deleting them.
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Are you sure that isn't "internal" memory card is full message?
Sometimes, when "internal
memory card is full" there is no more space in the camera's internal
memory. Your camera has 16 MB of internal memory. The number of pictures
you can store depends on the picture size setting you have selected on
your camera. Keep in mind that the
camera always uses internal memory, even if a card is installed (auto default).
If really, the problem is in the "SD memory card", I suggest make some backup all files and reformat the SD. Try formatting it in the camera, there should be a process in your owners manual for doing this; donw formatted SD in your computer, isn't good.
Your camera is talking about its internal memory. If you want the card to start working, you must get rid of the pics on the internal memory. With no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format" and follow the on-screen instructions.
kind of problem is mostly associated with cards that have been used
previously or that have had some sort of formatting before. The
problem you are encountering is this, the card is full with system files
that are mostly hidden. Majority of these files are usually log files
that keep a record of all the activities the card might have undergone
since it began usage. The only thing you can do to solve this problem
is to format the card suing your computer. Formatting the card would
help you get rid of previously existing log files and would free up
space for new pictures to be stored. If this doesn't solve your
problem, then you may be having a faulty card. On the issue of having full internal memory, if you have the option to format your internal memory, go ahead. If you don't change the default save location to the memory card if one is available. Let me know if you
need any assistance with formatting your card.
I do not know whether your camera has an internal memory or not. A model would have helped and i could have given detail instructions. In its absence kindly do the following:
Power on the camera and go into settings. Ususally the method is to go through Menu > Settings. Then explore the settings until you come to date, time, memory area. This is where you can set whether the memory card/stick needs to be formatted. If there is an internal memory then you will see copy and format options. this means that you can copy files from the internal onto your card and also format it if you wish.
Another thing you need to know is that you can tell your camera which memory area to use for storing files. Usually if internal memory is selected, then it needs to be manually switched to external/alternate memory area for storing files.
Go through the manual for detail steps and the manufacturer's website. Otherwise, post your camera model no. here so i can be of more help.
If you indeed have the pictures on your computer (and are safely stored)... you might try selecting the format memory card function in the camera, to reformat the card, in case it was somehow corrupted while connected to the computer.