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Fuji f700 memory card full error

Fuji f700 has just come up with a error on screen 'file no. full' I've tried several memory cards and it does not clear, I can view pictures on the card but not take pictures. 

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Simple fix... go into the setup mode and scroll down to Frame No. option and change from Cont. to Renew by touching the right scroll button. After that exit/save the changes and it will then work again. However, I put mine back on Cont. and all was just as it had been prior to having that problem. It may be some internal counter that simply runs out possible, thus Renew will reset/repoint the counter, and after that you can change it back and it will again name files continuously which I find most helpful.

Hope it is helpful for you.

Posted on Sep 22, 2009

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