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Internal memory is full message

Hi there,

I'm posting this for a neighbour who has had her CX7300 for a few years now. Since before Christmas when she last used it, it continually displays the above message. There are 20 shots sitting in memory, and not on the SD card - I've checked the card and it's clean apart from the DCIM and MISC folders/directories. Her card is a 128 MB Fujifilm and I've also tried an empty 1GB card of my own, but the camera does not write its buffer memory to either card.

At present, the camera is u/s - I've downloaded the shots in memory and stored them in 2 places just in case we have to lose them in the camera.

I suspect the camera has developed an internal problem and is not fixable for a decent price. Am I guessing right?

Paul Lloyd

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Re: Internal memory is full message

Please to format the internal

turn on> menu> setup menu> format> internal memory> ok

if it's still doing the same thing.. this needs a repair
CX7000 series repair cost is $75-95, depending on the camera model (what's after CX7?)

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Re: Internal memory is full message

I am having the same problem. My Kodak C743 camera will not allow me to format it. The memory card is brand new. Does anyone out there know how to fix this?

Posted on Jun 12, 2010

Re: Internal memory is full message

The problem has been fixed at no cost by our local Kodak dealer. It appears that my neighbour accidentally set the storage to internal memory. When it was set back to automatic, the problem disappeared and the camera is now fully functional.

Thanks for trying,

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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