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I was taking pictures outside on a cold day and the camera froze - after warming it up I was able to take more pictures but I thought I lost all the previous ones. I subsequently took about 50 pictures and a message appeared indicating the memory was full(strange?) so I downloaded the pictures to my computer and after download the 50 or so pictures, the camera showed the previous pictures I had taken and I downloaded these and erased the card - I was wondering now if I take pictures whether it is saving to disk properly - is there an indication on the display or anywhere that lets me know if the card is ok and saving the pictures properly. the camera is a ZS1

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Could be a problem with the "no. reset" in the menu. I would go into the menu and find the regular "reset" and follow the on-screen instructions to get your camera back to factory settings. Then, format your card in the camera.

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