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DON'T KNOW HOW TO ERASE MEMORY...

MY CAMERA KEEPS SAYING MEMORY FULL EVEN AFTER I ERASES PICS ...I'LL SAY AFTER 11 PICS TAKEN IT'LL STILL SAY MEMORY FULL.....I DON'T HAVE INSTRUCTIONS TO MY CAMERA ANYMORE ...SO I'LL NEED STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS!!!


PLEASE HELP!!!!

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  • monique_r Jun 25, 2009

    I DON'T HAVE AN MEMORY CARD...I NEED STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS

  • monique_r Jun 25, 2009

    ???

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There may be files on ur Card. Check the card from PC adn if not tell me.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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    Rabins Sharma Jun 25, 2009

    Try restoring Factory Settings of ur camera. or Next >> Make backup of ur pics and format ur Built-in · xD Picture Card on From Camera

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