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Save all pictures to your computer.
Turn camera on, press the menu/ok button, select Setup, press ok.
select Frame No., change Frame No. to Renew, press ok.
Leave Setup.
Press the menu/ok button, select Setup, press ok again.
Select Format, press ok / ok until the card is formatted.
Now the counter should start over with 100.0001 again.
Set Frame No. back to Cont. to avoid to many images with the same filename.

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THANKYOU VERY MUCH THAT FIXED IT THANX HEAPS

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In the English Manual on page 150 it says Frame no. full:
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Save all pictures to your computer.
Turn camera on, press the menu/ok button, select Setup, press ok.
select Frame No., change Frame No. to Renew, press ok.
Leave Setup.
Press the menu/ok button, select Setup, press ok again.
Select Format, press ok / ok until the card is formatted.
Now the counter should start over with 100.0001 again.
Set Frame No. back to Cont. to avoid to many images with the same filename.

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The problem is ther internal memory is full or your external card is full and you have to reformat the card. Then you should be able to use the camera .

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I had the same problem with a fujifilm camera, the good news is that it's easy to fix. On the shooting menu (press menu when the camera is in shooting mode) there will usually be a set-up option, within that you should see "Frame No." or something similar- the two options for this are either "continuous" or "renew". If you are experiencing the Frame no. full error it means that you are currently set to continuous; TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM SWITCH THIS SETTING TO RENEW.

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