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Internal memory is full

I cannot take a picture.

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Hello,

If you have SD card already but same message. Make sure that the Image storage is set to AUTO not Internal Memory. You may try steps below.

1. Press the Menu button
2. Select the Settings Tab (it has camera icon w/ tool or wrench icon)
3. Scroll down until you select IMage storage then press OK
4. select Auto for SD card and OK.


Thanks.

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Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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The internal memory of the camera is full, means the camera itself can only hold so many pictures, you must delete pictures, and or transfer them to a folder in your computer, then go buy the sd card that fits your camera, this is considered an external storage card, which holds a large number of pictures, and it is removable, so you can pop it out,take it to walgreens, walmart, etc to print them up, depending on what size card you buy you can store 100 to 1000 pictures before it is full, and you can reuse it over and over again, if you are not sure what sd card to buy, take your camera with you, they can tell you which one you need.

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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..

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SOURCE: turn camera on and says memory full save to favorites .. no pictures in camera..using internal memory only

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Enter main menu, scroll down to "Setup Menu" and then navigate to "FORMAT". Simply format your internal or external memory, and thats it.

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: My kodak easy share internal memory is full I went

dont you worry about that, the only thing you need to do is to format internal memory., you can do this by pressing menu button then scroll down and look for setup then press Ok button.,

now under setup press down arrow again then look for the word format then press Ok button, and you need to select the internal memory to format., gudluck!

Posted on Nov 03, 2009

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