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Display says "CARD FULL"

My camera has worked fine for a few years. Recently I tried to use it, and the display showed the message "card full". I tried another card, and got the same result, so I deleted several images (from both cards) and the result was still the same "card full" message. These are 8MB and 64MB SmartMedia cards, which work just fine in the reader on my computer. Any advice would be appreciated. Tom

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  • Thomas Romeo Jan 24, 2007

    Well, the solution was something of a surprise to me, and I don't pretend to understand it. I was on the phone talking with a friend, the subject came up, and the camera came out of the drawer. I was asked if the batteries were dead, and I commented that I was using fully charged NiMM cells at the time, but started to empty various AA cells from assorted flashlights, etc. while we were talking, and trying them out in the camera. Four NiMH cells still wouldn't work, but 2 standard AA alkalines mixed with 2 NiMH's worked just fine. I know you're not supposed to mix them, I was experimenting. I'd used partially charged NiMH's before with success. So, it seems that a set of these rechargeables, fully juiced up, will not allow the camera function properly. Anybody know why?

    Tom

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Have u format them in the pc and afterwards in the camera??? try it, if doesn´t work it´s a mainboard problem.

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