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"Out Of Memory"

I recently uploaded a full set of photos from my camera to my computer. Now the camera is empty, but it is still giving an "Out Of Memory" message on the screen and will not take any new pictures. I have tried resetting the camera via the menu options, and I have taken out the batteries. I am not sure what else to try here... Thank you for your help!

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Did you copy or move the pictures from your camera? The pictures may still be in the memory card and you will have to manually delete them. The easiest way to clear the memory is to Format the card. The manual should have a procedure for formatting. Also ensure that the battery has enough juice in it. -Vish

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