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When you hook your camera to your computer you are accessing it like a disk and changes made to "files" are saved to the disk. A common change is to rotate the image so it views correctly on the computer screen for images you turned the camera to take a portrait oriantation shot. That change is saved to the image on disk, then the camera can no longer display it because it is not the right "dimensions" for the camera (it is rotated)
I got the same problem when I rotated a picture on my camera using my computer and then tried to view it using the camera. after some research I got to know that cameras can't read a picture after it has been edited out of the camera.
You would also get this message if the memory card is damaged following extensive use (which is quite natural with flash memory) in which case you would have to buy a new card.
Please try to take as many pictures from memory stick as you can then format memory stick through format option in setup. Hope this will resolve this blue access issue. You can use another memory stick like 1GB in this camera.