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Erasing the pictures using the computer is the problem. Your camera does not recognize the card anymore. If your pics are safely on your computer, format the card in the camera to get it working again.
Download any pics from the card using a separate card reader if necessary. Insert the card into the camera and go into the menu to find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions. Be sure the slide switch on the side of the card is unlocked.
To solve the problem, cycle the lock switch on the memory card and try again.
CAUTION Before adding or removing memory, make sure the processing or ready light is not blinking then turn the camera off and remove batteries.
GREAT HINTS Most cameras will reset to original settings if batteries are removed for at least one minute. Remove extra memory to eliminate this as a possible problem. Insert fully charged batteries and restart the camera.
Your camera is only supporting SD/MMC Cards (up to 2 GB) and KODAK SDHC Cards (up to 8 GB).
The card that you currently have might be faulty. Please try another card. You might also need to switch the camera over to saving pictures directly onto the SD card.1: Menu, Cam settings, Chose AUTO or SD card option Press OK
Note: If the SD card isn't in the camera or is unreadable the camera will automatically go back to saving you taken pictures on the internal memory.
guarantees that a 1GB external memory card will work. If you look at
the user manual on page 77. I just used a 1GB memory card instead and
it worked fine. I am not saying that no memory cards greater than
1GB will work, but if it doesn't work or stops working then it is because the software for the phone is not set up to handle it. I had the same issue and had to switch to a 1GB card.
Try taking out the memory chip and check to see if the camera still comes up and can take photo's off of the internal memory chip. If you still have the same issue. take out the batteries for about 15 min to allow all of the compasitors to discharge. If the camera works then try replacing your memory chip. if after replacement it is still not working. then you have a bad mainboard.Keep me informed.
Follow the steps below in the order presented:
Perform a power reset on the camera.
Performing a power reset on the digital camera will normally correct issues such as the camera locking up or not turning off. When the power reset is performed properly, the camera will prompt you to update the camera’s date and time. This is an indication that the memory has been cleared and no further reset time is required.
The power reset procedure must only be performed on a camera that has been running on battery power. If an AC power adapter is being used, the power reset procedure does not apply. This is due to the fact that the internal capacitor is fully charged. To execute a camera power reset, perform the following steps:
Turn off the Digital Camera.
Remove the Compact Flash Card or Secure Digital Card, if one is being used.
Turn on the Digital Camera.
CAUTION: To avoid damaging the camera, ensure the shutter button is not pressed during the following steps.
Turn on Live View on the rear LCD.
CAUTION: Care should be used when performing Step 5 to ensure that the camera is not dropped.
Open the battery door and remove the batteries with the camera turned on.
Re-insert the batteries after five minutes have elapsed.
Turn on the camera. The camera should request an update for date and time (with the exception of the HP Photosmart 120 and 912 series cameras).
Format the memory card.
Navigate to the delete menu which varies with each camera, and format the internal memory and/or the memory card.
CAUTION: Reformatting the memory card erases all of the files that are stored in the card. All photos, scripts, and miscellaneous files are deleted permanently. To preserve the existing images, use a spare card or a card that is already formatted.
This error message indicates that the internal memory in the camera requires formatting or is corrupt. You must format the internal memory.
CAUTION: Formatting deletes all pictures and videos, including those that are protected. Removing a memory card during formatting may damage the card.
(Formatting internal memory also erases email addresses and album names. To restore addresses and albums, see Kodak EasyShare software Help.)
This error message means that the card is corrupted or formatted for another digital camera. Turn off the camera. Insert a new card or format the card.
CAUTION: Formatting deletes all pictures and videos, including those that are protected. Removing a card during formatting may damage the card.