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I want to erase the pictures from the disk I put into the camera so I can reuse the disk.

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  • stemory Feb 06, 2010

    Do you have an answer to my question. It is directed toward the SD Memory Card SDC-32M. Thank you.

  • stemory Feb 06, 2010

    The camera is a Canon Powershot SD750 Digital ELPH with the 32M disk that came with the camera. Isn't just one way to erase a disk. Thank you

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Hi,
Are you asking about Canon A75 camera memory card or is it some other model that use Mini DVD disc for recording.
Let me know to answer your question.
Thanks.

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Feb 06, 2010

    Do you have an answer to my question. It is directed toward the SD Memory Card SDC-32M. Thank you.
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    Yes, put memory card in camera, go to camera Menu and select Format to erase all pictures at once or use delete option to erase one by one picture files.
    Let me know your camera model and brand, if you feel any difficulty to erase pictures.
    Thanks.



  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Feb 06, 2010

    The camera is a Canon Powershot SD750 Digital ELPH with the 32M disk
    that came with the camera. Isn't just one way to erase a disk. Thank you
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    Format memory card is easy and quick way to erase all pictures quickly.
    This option is available in your camera Menu.


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SOURCE: the camera erased all my pictures and it will not format the disk

Have you tried to put the card in a card reader and connect it to your computer? Card readers can be purchased at just about any store that sells electronics or camera supplies. They cost around $20 or less. You put the card in the card reader, attach it to your computer and click on start and then my computer.You should be able to see something that says digital media or mass storage. Highlight that and that right click. It should give you the option of formatting the card. It will erase everything and format it for you. Then you can try it in the camera. If this doesn't work then it should be looked at. Good luck

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