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Cyber-Shot 3.2 cant make it work!

I have just tried to take a pic & it keeps coming up 'No file in this folder' I havent a clue what this means & have been taking pics with this camera for ages. Downloaded some pics the other day & did all the usual...I hope.
Just recharged the batteries so they are fine.

Oh just thought I better add Im very thick about these things so answer must be easy to understand...lol.

Many thanks
Cheery Theresa

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Boy do I feel like a 'doofus.' When I replaced my memory stick and it read "no file in this folder"
it simply meant that I hadn't taken a picture yet. As soon as I did, the message disappeared!
Hope this works for the rest of you camera buffs!

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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