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Memory stick comes up that there is no memory space and when you plug it up to the computer there nothing in the file!

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  • huskie90 Nov 04, 2008

    i did what you suggested and it didn't work, thanks anyway

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It's not the memory stick, it's the camera. It's not reading the memory card, therefore, no where to store photos. If you can get a q-tip in that memory card slot, try to clean out any dusty build up that could have stored it self on the current connections (usually flat and copper looking) and try again. This should fix the problem. If not, almost any camera shop will fix it for you. And, it's usually pretty cheap.
Still need help? Let me know! OLivia~*

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I'm assuming you are using the memory stick for extra storage to free up space on your hard drive (or your C drive) or as a drive to back your files up on. A memory stick, when used the way you are describing, is nothing more than another drive to store stuff on (think of it as a smaller version of your C Drive) You can put any file type you want on it and then see it again as long as it is inserted in your computer.

If the purpose of the memory stick is to provide extra storage in order to free up space on your hard drive then yes, you will need to delete whatever you drag on to it from your hard drive. Otherwise the files will remain on your C drive/hard drive and continue to take up space. If you are only using the memory stick as a "just in case" backup drive, I would not delete them the files you copy from the source drive.

Let me caution you about doing this however, memory sticks are classified as "removable media". Media like this can sometimes be unstable or undependable. A more stable way to backup or store files long term is to copy them to a CD or DVD-ROM. In order to do that you need a CD or DVD writer. Most newer (within the last 3 years) computers come standard with this technology.
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The Itunes question is a whole 'nother line of answers. You can use your memory stick to back up your Itunes library but it will only be a back up. Because your Itunes software is linked to the files on your hard drive, all of your music files would still have to reside on your hard drive where they were originally.

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