Question about Cameras
Most cameras have a setting to select between internal memory and memory card. Detais on how to access the menu depend on camera make and model.
The camera may go automatically into internal memory save mode if no card or an invalid card is in the slot.
You should try purchasing a new card that is compatible with the camera. Most caeras that were sold with 256MB cards do not accept cards bigger than 2GB (even 1GB in some case).
The best thing to do is going to a camera shop and purchasing a card that is compatible with your camera. If you take the camera along with you they will also be able to test the card and set the camera for the card. This is usually done free of charge.
Regarding the model, info provided were serial number and zoom size, that is not enough for me to find out the model. I need manufacturer, and model name or number.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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