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Are you saving the picture to the internal flash memory or an external SD card?
1) The internal memory will only hold 16MB of pictures, check if it's full.
2) The external SD memory can only be up to 1GB in size, anything bigger will not be recognized by the camera 1. Make sure the SD card is not "locked". Some SD cards have a little switch to prevent them to be written into. 2. SD card should be formatted by the camera preferably or as the FAT format in your PC.
Does this help you in any way? Please give us more information as to how you are saving them and/or any further questions you may have.
Your camera is only supporting SD/MMC Cards (up to 1GB)
The card that you currently have might be faulty. Please try another card.
You might also need to switch the camera over to saving pictures directly onto the SD card.1: Menu, Cam settings, Chose AUTO or SD card option Press OK
Note: If the SD card isn't in the camera or is unreadable the camera will automatically go back to saving you taken pictures on the internal memory.
guarantees that a 1GB external memory card will work. If you look at
the user manual on page 77. I just used a 1GB memory card instead and
it worked fine. I am not saying that no memory cards greater than
1GB will work, but if it doesn't work or stops working then it is because the software for the phone is not set up to handle it. I had the same issue and had to switch to a 1GB card.
If you format the card, the pictures are gone leaving you with a blank memory card.
Format the card in your camera, then load it up in your computer and see if the cycle goes away.
Once you get a picture on the memory card and in your computer, keep an eye on the memory specs reporting on the computer and see if there is anything unusual. I've heard of a few defective cards but its rare.
there is only a 16 MB internal memory built into the camera, which at 5 Million pixels will allow you 1 or 2 photos, so you will have to by an SD type card, i would suggest either a 512MB card or 1GB if you are taking pictures at the highest resolution.