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Message Display I have a 256MB memory card for my camera. I have not taken many photos. Even at the lowest picture quality setting of 640, the camera reads that I only have 146 images to take. When I try to review what is in the camera, I receive the message "No Valid Image to Play." The instruction manual explains that the message means. However, I was not able to find anything that tells what to do to increase the number of available photos from 146 to more. This problem happened once before with a different sized memory card. I tried to delete everything but each time I depress the "review" button, the "No Valid Image to Play" message appears. Is the problem with the memory card or the camera? Thanks.

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You should have the full instruction manual!!

Posted on Jan 30, 2007

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Sometimes this problem occures due to defective or fake memory media. try using a good branded card.

Posted on Sep 14, 2006

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