My camera says that my memorycard ( 1 GB ) is full, but there are no pictures on it. I already tried to reset my camera, I took my card out and put it in again, I deleted everything, .... nothing helps ...
I think I have to change something in the menu, but I don't know what.
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Re: "Card full", but it isn't full
On the menu find the "format' option. and format the memory card.
also you can connect to the PC and go to my computer and then right click the drive(your camera drive detected by pc) and select the format.
also you can empty only the recycle bin of your pc so that every thing will be deleted.
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Are you sure that isn't "internal" memory card is full message?
Sometimes, when "internal
memory card is full" there is no more space in the camera's internal
memory. Your camera has 16 MB of internal memory. The number of pictures
you can store depends on the picture size setting you have selected on
your camera. Keep in mind that the
camera always uses internal memory, even if a card is installed (auto default).
If really, the problem is in the "SD memory card", I suggest make some backup all files and reformat the SD. Try formatting it in the camera, there should be a process in your owners manual for doing this; donw formatted SD in your computer, isn't good.
Your camera has only 10 MB available for picture storage using internal memory. An SD card of even 1 GB (tiny by today's standards) will hold 100x as many picture as your internal memory. If you already have an SD card,
1) Buy a larger memory card. These don't cost much and an 8, 16, or 32 GB card can hold a LOT of pictures.
If you want to increase the number of pictures you can store either with the current card or using internal memory, then you have a couple of other options.
1) change the picture size. Menu -> then up/down arrows to select Picture Size. Press the OK button. Select the option you want (6.1 MP, 5.4 MP, etc). Press the OK button.
Take the memory card out of your camera and look at it. SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card. If the switch is already in the proper position, slide it fully the other way and then back again.
The recommended card for your camera are those SDHC type or 2GB-16 GB SDHC card, try to use at least 2 SDHC card if this failed it means the memory card reader of your camera is already defective. Just in case this will happen try to contact Kodak at 1 800 235 6325 ext 12.
Have you formatted the card on the camera that it is being used on? Sometimes, the camera may not like how the card is formatted at the factory.
Each time when I am done with a shoot, I transfer my photos to my computer, format the cards, and recharge all the batteries. This way, the next time I go on a shoot, all I have to do is pick up my camera bag, and I know that my cards are okay, and my batteries are charged.