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Sony cybershot dsc w100

After i had loaded pictures from my camera onto my laptop and removed the camera, i turned it on and it opened with an "internal memory error" message on it. the manual said to turn it off and on again, and i have, with differing time lengths but nothing has helped. what do i do?

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  • evell Sep 23, 2007

    i tried, but it doesn't let me.

    oh no....

  • evell Sep 25, 2007

    how does that work?

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Format the internal memory, you may have accidently written somthing incompatible to the memory from the lapt top (virus ??)

Posted on Sep 21, 2007

  • James sMITH Sep 24, 2007

    Can you acces the cam from your laptop,
    if can access the meem via your laptop, perhaps you can format using the computer format command ?

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