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I try to use the camcorder and all i get is memory full, no matter what i try, I have tried to format over and over again but it will only seems to record for just a few seconds then it comes back with the same message of memory full, it even has an sd card installed, Please help!!!

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Hi. Try to save/use first the built in memory of the camcorder instead of using the Memory card when saving video. In this way we can determine whether the memory card is having the problem or the camcorder. If you were able to save/record a video thru the built in memory of your camcorder, then there could be a problem on your memory card. If you are not successful in saving video on your camcroder itself, then this could be a camcorder problem.

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