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Memory card I put the memry card in my camera, turn it on, and it says memory card is full. It is a new card. What should I do?

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  • smeadles Oct 09, 2008

    I turned the switch on the little memory card, and it said it was locked. I put it back, and it seemed ok. I took a pic, and then turned it off. I turned it back on, and it said the memory was full. Also, this is a C330. Please help

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I think your card is write protected (lock).to unprotect(unlock) remove the card and you will see a switch located at the side. the arrow indicates whether your card is lock or not. switch it and try it again in your cam.
i hope i was able to help you. tnx!

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