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The Sandisk memory card in my camera says memory card full but when I try to view the pictures it says no image. My computer cant read the pictures either. I know its full because the battery died while taking pictures.

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  • ghostwater Feb 02, 2009

    can't view pictures and the camera says it's full

  • Anonymous Feb 23, 2009

    When i try to take a picture it says the memory is full, then it says there are no pictures on it

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The card may have been ruined if the battery died in the middle of taking a picture. If the card looses power during data trasfer it damages it. You could try formating the card or you may just need to get a new one. Be sure this is the problem before you format it. Because you will loose all the pictures on it.

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