We have tried to delete pictures off the camera alone and it wont work what can we do we have tried everything possible the prompts do not describe properly on how to delete these we have a kodak m753 digital camera easyshare
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The memory card may be full. Transfer the pictures from the camera as normal (or directed), and once sure they are on your computer or printed out, delete all the pictures (erase) from the memory card.
Try to take pictures again - if the error is still present (or you are unable to transfer the pictures to the computer) , there may be an issue with the card. You may not be able to use the card anymore - but before discarding, see if it works in another device or "stand alone memory card reader". If it works in either of those devices, there may be a problem with your camera. Try using another memory card to see if you get the same message when trying to take pictures with the new card installed. if you do, it looks more like a camera problem than a memory card problem. Hopefully, it's the memory - and not the camera.
The card usually has a slide lock on its face, which you can switch to a lock position. This protects the images from being deleted. You may have inadvertently hit that switch. Pop the card out and take a look and see if you see it there. If so, switch it and try again and it should work.
You probably have a memory card in your camera.
Remove it and check for a nearly microscopic slide switch on one edge.
This is a 'protect tab' and will not allow you access to memory unless it is properly set.
There seems to be a corruption of file type between camera and computer
The fact that the computer wont play mov. but the camera will if back loaded seems odd.
JPEG files can and do go wonky if back loaded to camera after editing because essential info for the camera has been deleted.
A JPEG file as produced by a camera is properly called an EXIF file because has has EXtendedINformation.
Lose it and the camera wont know it. Like wise older PC's such Win 98 and older software don't know about EXIF so they chop it off
So something like that is happening here.
Check out Tech Support at Kodak see what they can tell you.