Question about Samsung Digimax A50 Digital Camera
First off... let's make sure you are doing one thing correctly. After you take a picture, it writes the information to your memory card. Make sure you allow it to complete that process _before_ you change and dial settings, go into the menu, or try to review it. If you interrupt it while it is writing to the card, the image will often become corrupt and give you the file error message. Next, I want you to format the card. Use your manual to find out the correct steps to follow. But be aware that it will remove all the information and photos from the card. It essentially erases the card so it looks empty and brand new to the camera. If the problem persists, you more than likely have a bad card. If it's still under warranty, try to return it. Otherwise, you may have to purchase a new one. Thanks in advance for reviewing me.
Posted on Jul 04, 2007
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