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How do I delete the images recorded on the built-in memory of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS3 digital camera?

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Remove the card, go into the menu and find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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I have a memory card in my Lumix DMC-LX5. I was unable to erase anything with it in the camera and had to do it from my card reader on my computer. When I put the card back in the camera, it said the...


You used the computer's operating system to delete the pictures. Now, your camera doesn't recognize what happened since it uses a completely different operating system. To get the card working again, you must format it in the camera. This will erase it so download any pics you want to save first.

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How to copy my photo from internal memory to memory card without usb or dc input?im using panasonic lumix dmc fs3


Go into the camera menu and find "copy". It gives you the option to copy the internal memory to a card.

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I don't have the data transfer cable, is there anyway to get the images out of the built in memory.


If you don't have a cable, then the only way to transfer your images from your internal camera memory is to copy your image to your plug-in flash card via the available utility of your camera and then use this flash card in a card reader attached to your PC/Laptop.
Hope it helps.

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Can't access photos


Insert the card...go into the menu and scroll to "copy". Follow the directions for copying the internal memory to the memory card.

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My camera doesn't recognize the memory card


The problem may be simpler to solve. Perhaps you never normally change the setting from iA (intelligent auto), but the wheel with settings can get moved by accident. If it goes around one place counter-clockwise, it puts it onto the built-in memory, it seems. I had the same problem, and it frustrated me for months!

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Take the card out - on the side there is a little white slider with a locked & unlocked padlock symbol - move it to the opposite position it is in now.

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