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Internal memory only permits 5 photos

My memory card wont work with my camera,and the internal memory states 5 photos.

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Reformat the card, preferably on your computer.

Almost always works. If not, the card could be too large, as they will not work with over 2 Gb.

If under 2 Gb, and refortmatting doesn't work, test the card in another camera; test another care in this camera.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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