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Memory full indication but no files in camera

It won't allow me to take a picture indicates memory full and there are no files saved on the camera. I've either deleted them or moved them to a folder

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Reformat the card by going to menu-set-up-format. Make sure your memory card is in the camera.

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Reformat the card in the camera.

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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Every time we take a picture, a red F appears on the screen and we have to shut the camera off and turn it back on each time we want to take a picture. The camera is also not saving pictures


I think you can download a user manual from here:-

http://www.sakar.com/productdetail.aspx?id=2498&return=y&txt=Sakar+Crayola+EZ+Grip+&page=0

I had a quick look at the manual and on page 8 it states:-

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There is a very easy way to download those pictures to your PC.
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When I attempt to take new picture, window indicates internal memory is full and prevents further use.


Format the memory card.
Formatting, deletes all images from a memory card, even the ones that may have been protected. It recreates the file system including new directories and folders where images are saved on the card

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I was taking pictures outside on a cold day and the camera froze - after warming it up I was able to take more pictures but I thought I lost all the previous ones. I subsequently took about 50 pictures and...


Could be a problem with the "no. reset" in the menu. I would go into the menu and find the regular "reset" and follow the on-screen instructions to get your camera back to factory settings. Then, format your card in the camera.

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I have inserted my 4GB memory card into the slot as indicated. I still can take only 23 shots before it says the memory is full. What dit I do wrong?


Sounds like you're taking pictures in the internal memory. Try this, remove the card and try to play back pictures on your camera. If they play back, then they're on the internal memory. You can transfer them to your computer if you want to save them. Then, go into the menu and find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions. Download any pictures from the memory card and then, format it in the camera.

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Camera memory is full. On upload, indicates no


There could be a memory card error or the Operating system may not recognize the entries on the device. Try connecting the card directly to the computer through a card reader. This might help. If not running a photo recovery software will get back your pictures. Check http://digital-assembly.com/products/adroit-photo-recovery/ and try running it on the memory card. After you get back all your pictures, I would recommend formatting your memory card, so you start off fresh the next time.

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I'm only getting 12 pictures before I get a "Memory Full" notice


You didn't state whether or not you are using a memory card in your camera. If you are storing pictures strictly on the camera's internal memory and you have a high megapixel camera, it is quite possible that your memory is full. I have seen cameras with only 8 MB of internal memory which will hold very few pictures before giving you a "memory full" message.

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Saved images to the internal memory or to the optional xD-Picture Card


The internal memory and the xD-Picture Card cannot be used at the same time. When the card is inserted the internal memory is disabled. When you want to use the internal memory, remove the xD Picture Card. The LCD display will indicate that images are saved to internal memory by displaying [IN] in the lower right corner of the screen. When using the xD-Picture Card the camera’s LCD will display [xD] in the lower right corner of the screen. These indicators are displayed just above the number of available frames.

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Internal memory or to the optional xD-Picture Card?


The internal memory and xD-Picture Card cannot be used at the same time. When the card is inserted the internal memory is disabled. When you want to use the internal memory you must remove the xD-Picture card. The LCD display indicates the images are being saved to the internal memory by displaying [IN] in the lower right corner of the screen. When using the xD-Picture Card the LCD will display [xD] in the lower right corner. These indicators are displayed just above the number of available frames.

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Saved images


The internal memory and the xD Picture Card cannot be used at the same time. When the card is inserted the internal memory is disabled. When you want to use the internal memory, remove the xD Picture Card. The LCD display will indicate that images are saved to internal memory by displaying [IN] in the lower right corner of the screen. When using the xD Picture Card the camera’s LCD will display [xD] in the lower right corner of the screen. These indicators are displayed just above the number of available frames.

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