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Although there are only ten (10) pictures on the camera, it displays the information that the 2GB Memory Card is Full. Some have told me that it should take at least 300 pictures. Is there an easy solution?

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If you can check the card in a computer using a card reader, you will probably find multiple folders, possibly created by using the card in another camera. Erase any folders that appear to have been created by anything other than your camera. There should only be one folder on the card, the one with the most recent date of creation (check in properties of the folder). If you perform a "format" of the card, it will wipe out any data and start with a "clean slate". You should then see the true capacity of the card in your particular camera.

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