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Camera keeps shutting off' and the batteries are brand new. Also the camera says the memory card is full but there are no pictures saved.

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You probably need to format the card in the camera.

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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Brenda, Although I only have a little to go on, I'll give it a try.
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Olympus camera's do have an internal memory, but just for a limited amount of pictures. When your camera says Memory full, this internal memory is full. You can place a memory card, or free memory, by deleting pictures. But don't delete a picture before you are sure you saved the picture on the computer or some other media.
If you want a memory card, check what type of card goes into your camera. When you place a memory card in the camera it has to be formatted (check the manual) but NEVER format a memory card, when you have any pictures in the internal memory, because you could loose all the pictures in the internal memory too.

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MEMORY FULL


The internal memory or the memory card of your camera is full. At least there is not enough memory free to save anything.
If you can't do anything, remove the battery, then remove the memory card and try to rescue the pictures on that card. There are recovery programs online, if you do have important pictures on the card. If you are ready saving, or you don't need anything from that card, try to format it on your PC. Just FAT will do. Then put the memory card back in and give it a format in the camera. Just to make sure the format is known bin your computer.
It could be there is no memory card in your camera at all, Because you forgot you did put it in another camera. Then just place a new one. BUT TAKE CARE. You only can use SD cards, because your camera is from before the SDHC period.
Or is a SDHC card in the camera already? that is the culprit.

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My brand new nikon coolpix S6100 is showing the internal memory is full after taking only 4 pictures


Hello Jennifer,

Your camera only has 20MB Internal Memory. So, it can only store very few pictures (depending on the settings). It is VERY advisable to use an SD card for your camera so you can save hundreds - thousands of pictures.The bigger the SD card capacity, the more pictures you can save.

I hope this helped you.
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-damneddle

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When i turn on my camera it says the memory card needs formatting i follow the instructions but it doesnt work and keeps saying to format the memory card. this happens over and over and i cannot take...


To understand the photo loss situation, consider a scenario: You format a memory card in Digital Camera, and start to capture some pictures. However, while capturing pictures, your camera shuts down due to low battery. Now, after recharging battery, when you try to access those photograph on the card, you receive the following error message on camera screen:

The Card requires formatting: Additionally, the camera is unable to capture any new photographs.

The main cause for the above error message is corruption of memory card due to conking of battery while a read/write operation was running.

These memory card needs to be formatted before you save any new pictures. It is always a good practice to take backup of card and format it before use. This enables you to fight with any damage done to the memory card and to erase the old data saved on the card. However, the probability of card getting corrupted again (after you have saved new data) still exists.

First try formating with an external SD Card reader connected at PC and test it.

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Hello,E5700 does not save pictures in internal memory, uses only CF card.
Does the memory card is full capacity?

What storage capacity is the new card?
It is likely that your camera can not handle a larger CF of 128Mb (frankly dont remember).
Also this indication may be by a malfunction of the card or any damage to the connector on the camera, as pin bent or collapsed.
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I have a nikon coolpix s60 and when i go to view the pictures, the screen turns black and i cant turn the camera off unless i pull the battery


What name brand memory card do you use? I recently discovered myself that Nikon only supports SanDisk, Toshiba, Panasonic and Lexar. Try taking out the memory card and take pictures without the memory card inside the camera. If you can view the picture saved onto the camera memory then you will know that all you need is a new memory card, with one of the above mentioned name brands. Hope this helps.

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If you used the internal memory even once, the memory card will not work until you get rid of whatever is in the internal memory. Do this...with no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions to erase the internal memory. Then, your card should work properly.

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Is your card too full of pictures? Is your battery old or needs charged?

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Did this camera come with a disk for my computer? It is my kids and I don't know.... I purchased a memory card and it still says.. memory full please insert card. can you take pictures w/no memory card?


Here is a link to the user's manual for your camera:

http://vivitar.com/products/13/VC8025%20User%20Manual.pdf

It mentions a CD with a program you can use to manage your programs, but to me, it doesn't sound necessary to be able to get photos off your card.

If it is a brand new card, look at it before you put it into the camera to see if you might have accidentally put it in locked mode. If it is unlocked, see if you can format the card from within the camera (refer to p. 23-24 of the manual).

If it is not a new card, connect the camera to a computer and see if you can download any pictures already on the camera, and clear the card out.

And no, you will not be able to take pictures without a memory card.

Good luck, and feel free to ask for more help.

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Memory Card Error


Memory cards can often become corrupt or even fail without warning due to any multitude of reasons. For example, if your camera was to shut down whilst writing to the card it could corrupt the data on it. Ideally, this shouldnt happen but a defective battery or even aftermarket batteries may fail to alert the camera of its low state and then results in sudden loss of data. Also, it is important that any new cards purchased for a camera are formatted in the camera when first inserted. If your card has become corrupt, it may pay to invest in a qaulity brand memory card reader like Sandisk or Lexar as they often come with image recovery software which will aid you in retreiving images, providing you havent taken new pictures over the top of the old ones of course. Any good photo or computer store should be able to point you in the right direction. If the card in question continues to give you trouble, it may be time to invest in a new good qaulity card. Losing images for the sake of a few dollars savings on a cheap card is not really worth it. Regards...

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