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Proper memory stick

On my s860 digital camera i bought a 1gb memory stick inserted it correctly and when i go to delete a picture it says no image, and the meter hardly is filled either. so what am I doing wrong.

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  • krpolzin Jan 09, 2009

    this is the second memory stick that i have tried. the memory stick indicator doesn't fill up like the battery indicator. is it my cmaera?

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You should contact the manufacture of the camera. There are some models of memory sticks that have compatibility issues with specific models of cameras. Outside of this, the memory stick may be defective, or there is a defect with the camera.

The odds are in your favor that the fault is the memory stick more so than the camera.

Another rare issue is that the data on the memory stick is corrupted. If there are no issues between the memory stick and the camera, most of the time re-formatting the memory stick should fix the fault.

Jerry G.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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