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Kodak EasyShare Z612

My battery went dead and once I charged it and returned to the camera it had reset itself to the factory setting of 15 pictures. I have a 2.0 GB memory card and I can not remember the steps to allow the camera to take the additional photos that the memory card allows. If someone could give me the steps to this I would greatly appreciate it.

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Use the "MENU" button and follow the program to reset your camera to its card memory. evidently you must do this each time you change cards or battery.

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