I have a finepix a/500 and have never figured out how to erase photos. It is full and there are several pictures taken by children that I would like to delete. I get it to the frame, hit the menu/ok button, but nothing will delete. I just need to know how to do this.
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The best way to delete all photos from the card is to format it. This prepares it for further use. FixYa is full of people asking how to salvage pictures from cards that haven't been formatted regularly.
You can download the manual from the manufacturer's web site at www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/digital_cameras/powershot_a_series/powershot_a1100_is
It is not the camera it's the software, microsoft updated it's software so go to the fuji web site and download the latest software for your camera for your computer software and camera install it then try running it.It should work. I have had to do this several times for my computer.
Use a card reader to download your pictures to a folder you create on your desktop. Open the folder and see if you have all your pictures. Right-click one of them and select properties. Does it say "read only" at the bottom? Change that to something else and you should be able to work with them again.
If you are sure you have downloaded all of the pictures you want off of the card, try re-formatting the card. There should be a function within the menus on the camera to format the memory card, but be aware that this will permanently erase all of the content on the memory card.
There should be 2 settings, 1 for internal memory, 1 for external (card) memory. Internal memory is always low, especially if camera is set to high quality photos so only a few can be taken. check your settings on picture quality.