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I can only take 8 pictures. I put in a sd 256 chip thing, but internal memory is still full after only 8 pictures.

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  • Angelus5 Mar 17, 2008

    My camera claims there is no memory card installed. It is installed, has been formatted, and has even put pictures from

    it on my computer. It is a 256MB 133X, which worked in another camera, but no luck in this new one.

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Can you change where the pictures are being saved too?

read instructions, but im pretty sure you can change whether the pics are saved to the internal memory, or the card.

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

  • seriouslyjen Mar 17, 2008

    i wouldnt have a clue then



    im not actually that smart :D



    xo

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If you still experience problems:
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