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Well, the internal memory isn't all that big but, you can reduce the image size and possible get four pictures out of the camera before the memory is full again. Best bet is to go get the memory card for that camera.
Erasing the pictures using the computer is the problem. Your camera does not recognize the card anymore. If your pics are safely on your computer, format the card in the camera to get it working again.
If you dont put a memory card in your camera it is forced to record on and read from the internal memory (which is pretty small). If you do insert a memory card (is it a memory stick?) you can read the card but not the internal memory. Try it both with and without the memory stick.
This is a common problem with all LCD screens without anti-reflective coatings.This is normal. Increase the brightness of LCD while shooting in the sun. Internal memory normally takes only a few images. This is normal. Use a memory card to shoot more images.
The cause and solution may include one of the following:
The camera internal memory or card is full. Transfer pictures to the computer, delete pictures from the camera, switch storage locations, or insert a memory card with available memory.
The camera processing memory is full. Wait, and resume picture taking when the light turns green.
The card is read-only. Change the storage location to internal memory or use a different card.