Question about Sony Cameras
My camera keeps giving me the message that no memory space on memory stick even though all the pics have been deleted, i have already reset the camera , how do i fix this ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you copy pictures to your computer you still have the pictures on your camera so there is need to clean them up my reformatting memory stick. This procedure will leave the memory stick clean and ready for a new set of pictures. Here is how you reformat the memory stick-:
1. Insert the memory stick to be cleaned/formatted in the camera
2. Turn the MODE DIAL to the SETUP position on the camera
3. Switch on the camera
4. Select the MEMORY STICK TOOL from the CONTROL BUTTON
5. Press the centre of the CONTROL BUTTON
6. Select FORMAT by using the down arrow and up arrow
7. Choose OK by moving the right arrow button
8. Finally press the centre of the CONTROL BUTTON and this will start reformatting the MEMORY STICK and it will ready for reuse.
Enjoy your new space in your Memory Stick!
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
SOURCE: how to clear my memory stick
This camera has both internal memory and allows use of Memory Stick Duo type cards. To format Memory Stick Duo, choose "Memory Stick Tool" and then "Format" from main camera menu, hit "Ok". Choose "Create REC Folder", hit "Ok".
Posted on May 14, 2008
i have a solution that worked!
Notice: save all the needed data on your computer, because Formatting your Memory stick will wipe everything out!
if you have a Sony PSP, or know someone who does, replace the memory stick that says "no memory Space" in to the PSP port, go to "Settings" which is the left-most section of the PSP main screen, then scroll down to "System Settings," select it, Scroll down again to the "Format Memory Stick" selection and press "X" follow on-screen instructions and SHAZAM! its ready for action in your camera again!
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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