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Angel, what do you mean with Reinset the memory stick? Do you want to reset the stick? we call that format. Or can't you insert the stick?
If you have a card reader for your PC, you could try to format the stick on your PC, using the operating system. But to have a reliable format, you should use the menu option in the camera at setup, to format the memory stick. In the manual it is called Initialize. When you format the card all pictures will be gone. The card is empty again.
Hi! Memory stick life span is inevitable. During the swap it may have been damaged that's why its not recognized anymore. It doesn't matter what size the stick is just as long that it fits and the copper contact is aligned.
Go into settings and find the option to "Format" your memory card. If you cannot find it by scrolling through, look in the table of contents in the users manual - look for "format..." if nothing under format, look under "memory stick" and if it doesn't list a sub-topic of format with page # there, just go to the page it lists for memory stick, and go page by page until you find instructions on how to format.
I did a quick search of Kodak's web site and it looks like they don't have a manual posted for your model, or I'd have just copied and pasted instruction specific to your model.
This sometimes happens if you delete the folders on the memory stick or card, other times they can be corrupted temporarily or permanently by inserting/removing the memory while the camera is on. Sometimes you can do that w/o any probs 999 times, and it's only that 1000th time that messes it up. Safest to always power down camera before inserting/removing memory.
If this doesn't work, post again.
There are other things to try if that doesn't fix it, but 99% chance it will.
Transfer the images from the memory stick to your computer, make sure the transfer has been successful so you don't lose your pictures, then to be safe put the stick back into the camera and delete them once back in the camera. AGAIN, before you delete anything, make sure your pictures have been safely transferred to your pc and you can view them all. Deleting the photos from the stick will make the disc empty again and ready for more shots to be taken.
i have a solution that worked!
Notice: save all the needed data on your computer, because Formatting your Memory stick will wipe everything out!
if you have a Sony PSP, or know someone who does, replace the memory stick that says "no memory Space" in to the PSP port, go to "Settings" which is the left-most section of the PSP main screen, then scroll down to "System Settings," select it, Scroll down again to the "Format Memory Stick" selection and press "X"
follow on-screen instructions
its ready for action in your camera again!
i think this problem arises when you fail to regularly format the card ie. take lots of pictures and delete some and repeat the process over and over instead of downloading every session and formatting the card causing coruption. Also if you've bought pro duo memory stick off ebay poss. its a very good forgery (again i've been caught out by this).
When you copy pictures to your computer you still have the pictures on your camera so there is need to clean them up my reformatting memory stick. This procedure will leave the memory stick clean and ready for a new set of pictures. Here is how you reformat the memory stick-:
1. Insert the memory stick to be cleaned/formatted in the camera
2. Turn the MODE DIAL to the SETUP position on the camera
3. Switch on the camera
4. Select the MEMORY STICK TOOL from the CONTROL BUTTON
5. Press the centre of the CONTROL BUTTON
6. Select FORMAT by using the down arrow and up arrow
7. Choose OK by moving the right arrow button
8. Finally press the centre of the CONTROL BUTTON and this will start reformatting the MEMORY STICK and it will ready for reuse.