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Camera My camera will not store the pictures. I have only two pictures stored, so it's not due to lack of storage. Anyone else have this problem? Thanks

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  • msmelissab Jan 29, 2008

    Yep, it was full. Guess I wasn't thinking too hard. Thanks!

  • msmelissab Feb 01, 2008

    Thanks, Pranjit. After I cleared some storage, it began doing it again a few days later. So...I think I may need to go and talk to a authorized dealer.

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Hi its pranjit parasar
actually i had also faced the same problem with my sony ericsson W810 i i.e. my camera was not working with the problem that my photo was not stored after capturing by phone. then i consult with sony ericsson authorized service station and they fix the problem by tightening the camera cable socket insight the phone. hope this will help atleast somebody.

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1-chack your phone memory_2-chack your mb card & card memory_3-or software problem

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