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Will not accept memory Card

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I hope you understand the difference between internal memory and memory card.
The camera has an internal memory, capable of taking only a few pictures, and a memory card. You even can copy from internal to memory card.
You can use MMC, SD and SCHC cards in your camera. After you insert the memory card, the first time, give it a format, as is explained in the manual. Don't try to use SDXC cards, they won't work.

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Try a new one and if that doesn't work ask for your money back

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SOURCE: Internal memory is full

u go to menu -hit down to where it says auto -it will bring up auto and internal memory...hit internal...then u can delete your internal memory the same way u do on your chip..

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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There should be a way to do that in the setup menu.

Posted on Aug 12, 2009

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This means that the internal memory of the camera is full. Apart from the external memory slot, camera's have this what you call internal memory. It is built-in to the unit itself.

What you want to do is to set the default storage to the external memory instead of the internal once.

On the Menu, navigate to image store and then choose AUTO.

Auto (default)—the camera uses the card if one is in the
camera. If not, the camera uses internal memory.
Internal Memory—the camera uses internal memory,
even if a card is installed.

Also, you would want to set the camera resolution to a lower value to. The higher the pixel rate, the bigger space it eats up in your memory storage.

Posted on Aug 15, 2009

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SOURCE: switching from internal memory to memory card

Push the MENU button and advance through the options until IMAGE STORAGE comes up. Setting this for AUTO will route all new pics to the memory card, using internal memory only if the card is full.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Camera keeps saying internal memory is full, even after putting a

Your internal memory is separate from your memory card. Think of it as two folders, the internal memory cannot be removed, and the memory card is one you can take with you. You can put new memory cards in it all day, the internal memory will still have pictures in it. You may wish to consider copying all internal memory to the memory card. To do this, make sure your camera has a memory card in it. View pictures on your internal memory, then from the menu option select 'copy all images to external memory.' In doing this, all of your photos will be moved, you can then clean out your internal memory by deleting everything/formatting it. :)

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