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My camera when switched on displays the memory chip sign

The camera when switched on displays the memory chip sign wth a caution sign in it

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  • angels81uk Nov 28, 2008

    when switched on my memory card shows with a siign on it; It may be full how do i empty or delete the pictures inside?

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This means that your memory card is almost full...

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