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I have just bought a Samsung S1070 Digital Camera an placed a 1gb memory card in it. I have now placed a brand new 2gb memory card in it and it instantly it tells me that the memory is full. Thanks Ama

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In this case try formating the memory card. first put in the memory card to camera, turn on the camera and connect it ur computer. it will show up as removable disc under my computer. Right click on the removable disc and click on format. hopefully it should work.

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