Question about Cameras
I have a Sony Cyber-shot DCS-S50 2.1 digital camera. I have been using it for a while now with no problem and all of a sudden "No memory space" began flashing on my screen. I deleted all of the photos on my camera to make room for new ones but I still get the message "No memory space". I can't take any still photos at all. Any ideas how to fix this without buying a new memory stick? Thanks, Alaska
Try formatting the memory card. Plug the camera in and it should appear as a Removable Device in My Computer, right click it, click format and continue to format the card and then try it in the camera again.
Posted on Sep 08, 2007
I had this same problem. When I looked into the contents of the memorystick, on my Mac in the finder window, I could not find the missing 226MB in any of the file folders. When I then plugged it into my windows PC, there was a file folder named ".trashes" and there was the missing Mb's, 501 backed up hi res photos!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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