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CARD FULL with 3 pictures

After months of working right, today the camera said a 1GB card was CARD FULL on shot 172. Put in a new 1GB card, CARD FULL after 3 shots. Put that card in my other Olympus. CARD FULL. Erased it. Put back into 740. CARD FULL after 4 shots. Any thoughts

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I'm assuming you are NOT on macro settings, right? and, is it possible that those are movie clips, instead?

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 09, 2008

    if you have a laptop, insert the card into that reader, if you have one, and see how much is on card..that will answer this nicely

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Have you tryed eraseing / formating it in the 740?

Make sure the camara uses the card instead of internal memory
it might be that its saveing the images into the cameras internal memory witch is probably just about 3-4 shots.

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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  • Ekse Mar 09, 2008

    my thoughts exactly, if you have a card reader in your pc, put it in there, open my computer browse into the memory card and look around whats takeing all the space.


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    Do you need more help?

  • Ekse Mar 21, 2008

    Can you give me a fixya rateing if the problem is solved?



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