I had this same problem. Go to menu then arrow to the right to access the tools. Scroll down to image storage, if like mine it was on internal memory, to fix it press the OK button and switch to auto. Then it will ask if no memory card in camera use internal memory continue will be highlighted, press OK. Hope this helps someone i searched the internet for a solution and just accidentally solved this problem by searching the cameras menu.
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The internal memory is very small and will only take a few pictures. Just enough to test the camera. Your camera also accepts SD and SDHC cards, which are not expensive. You can put lots of pictures on the SD or SDHC cards.
You also could connect the camera to a PC or MAC and send the pictures over after you installed Kodak Picture easy share.
After you backed up the pictures that way, you can delete the pictures in the camera. Always make sure you have at least 2 backups from your pictures.
Somehow, you started using the camera's internal memory which is very small. With no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions to erase the internal memory. Then, insert your card and it should work properly.
You can use an SD card in order to store more pictures-- internal memory is really not intended for everyday use. The supplied Kodak software should allow you to retrieve the pictures on internal memory-- though you shouldn't need to install it to do so. Just connect the camera with the supplied USB cable, and the camera device will be mounted just like a CD or thumb drive etc.
This camera needs some free internal memory to work at all. The internal memory is very small anyway, and you will need to fit a memory card to take more than a few pictures. Before you do that, delete some of the pictures in the internal memory to give it some elbow room.
If you have a PictBridge-compatible printer, you can simply connect the camera to the printer using the USB cable.
Alternatively, you can copy pictures from the internal memory to a memory card. Press the Review button, then press the Menu button. Press up/down to highlight Copy, then press OK. Continue on to select your desired options.
In order to solve the problem you need to transfer pictures from the internal memory to the SD card and thereafter you will be able to delete the pics in the internal memory.
How do I transfer pictures from the internal memory of my KODAK Digital Camera to a memory card?
Follow these steps:
On the camera, press Review and then Menu.
Select Image Storage.
Change to Internal Memory.
In the menu listing, scroll down to Copy, and select OK.
Select a single picture, or select All.
When you have finished copying pictures, reset the Image Storage location to your original setting.
Your picts go to the memory card correct ? How does the internal memory come into play here - can you select which it's storing on as this sounds like the issue. I would buy a 1gb or 2gb memory card for 30$ and you can take ~ thousand picts :-)