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MMC cards are nearly extinct and hard to find. SD cards should still be available at just about any department, electronics, or office-supply store. Be sure to get SD cards and not SDHC cards, as the latter will not work in the C340.
I have a kodak z710 camera with a 2 gig card in it. I was wanting to get a 4 gig sdhc and i wasn't sure if the HC would work with this camera. HC stands for high capacity which means it allows the camera to load files on to the card faster. this may be the problem the kodak may not be HC compatable. but as i have said i have a 2 gig and it works fine with that. and i have a friend that has a 4 gig in thiers but once again i don't think it is HC so i would exchange the card if you can for just a regular SD/MMC card or SD card
I believe this camera only supports SD/MMC cards, not SDHC cards. Go to the kodak site to see the detailed specs. Not all devices support SDHC - most new ones do - but some only support the older SD cards.
But try an firmware upgrade. Maybe the supporting now the 2 GB memory cards. Why download firmware version 1.07? This firmware version improves memory card compatibility and provides general performance updates. KODAK EASYSHARE C330 Zoom Digital Camera Firmware
HAVE YOU TRYED PUTTING THE PICTURES ON YOUR COMPUTER SO YOU DONT LOOSE THEM BUT THEN YOU'LL ABLE TO DELETE THEM OFF YOUR CAMERA ? TO RELEASE THE INTERNAL MEMORY YOU'LL HAVE TO DELETE THE PICTURES MOST CAMERAS HAVE LIMITED MEMORY AND IF USEING A SETTING LIKE HD PICTURES WILL USE UP ALOT OF THE MEMORY TRY SETTING YOUR CAMERA TO TAKE PICTURES IN A SMALLER FORMAT LIKE VGA OR A SMALLER RESOLUTION