Bought x-d- picture card and i am not sure if i deleated the info on the card or if it will not work. when i push format it gives me a caution erasing all. iam not sure what is wrong. the camera cuts off.
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Did you take any pictures before you bought the card? If so, you have pics on the internal memory and that is what's full. You need to get rid of those in order for your card to work. Here's how...with no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions. Then, you really should do the format thing with the new card, too. Then, it should work properly. Also, make sure the slide switch on the side of the card is in the unlocked position.
I had the same problem. Once it said "Memory Full" there's no way to get rid of it how much you try to recover, format the card, reset the camera with no avail. I had thought the camera was out of order. Then googled around and come across with this workaround. When nothing else works for you just take out the memory card. Take a picture to the internal memory of the camera and then insert the card. Voila!! you can enjoy our camera. I guess this is a software bug. The camera can not reset the memory card full flag before you take a picture to the internal memory.
If you erase them off your memory card they shouldn't be transfering back onto your computer. I would say that maybe they are saved on your internal memory of the camera also. Take your memory card out and see if when you turn the camera on you have pics in the camera stored. If you do delete them then. :)