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Is there any way to delete all those messages at once?......because that would help

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1. Delete the messages that say: file contains no message off your camera.
2. The pictures should be already on your computer.
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4. Go to a store with the CD, and get your pictures developed.

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1. Delete the messages that say: file contains no message off your camera.
2. The pictures should be already on your computer.
3. Save your pictures to a blank CD.
4. Go to a store with the CD, and get your pictures developed.

I hope this helps.


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This happened to me. When it says: file contains no message, this is because when you coppied to them to a different file on your computer to have tham on there, you probably accidently cut some of those pictures. Therefore you deleted them off your camera. Just delete them off your camera, since they are already on the computer. Then save your pictures to a disk so you can take them to the store to get them developed.

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1. Delete the messages that say: file contains no message off your camera.
2. The pictures should be already on your computer.
3. Save your pictures to a blank CD.
4. Go to a store with the CD, and get your pictures developed.

I hope this helps.

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1. Delete the messages that say: file contains no message off your camera.
2. The pictures should be already on your computer.
3. Save your pictures to a blank CD.
4. Go to a store with the CD, and get your pictures developed.

I hope this helps.

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1. Delete the messages that say: file contains no message off your camera.
2. The pictures should be already on your computer.
3. Save your pictures to a blank CD.
4. Go to a store with the CD, and get your pictures developed.

I hope this helps.

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This is for you, if when you go to look at pictures on your camera that you have already taken, and a message appeares on the screen that says: file contains no message. This happened to me. Don't panic. This happens when you accidently cut your pictures from your sd card, and put them in another folder, so you can look at them. Follow these steps: 1. Delete the messages that say: file contains no message off your camera. 2. The pictures should be already on your computer. 3. Save your pictures to a blank CD. 4. Go to a store with the CD, and get your pictures developed. I hope this helps.

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