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"Card full", but it isn't full

Hello,

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.

Can somebody help me please ?

Thx

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Hello.

On the menu find the "format' option. and format the memory card.
or
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.
or
also you can empty only the recycle bin of your pc so that every thing will be deleted.

melnavz

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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