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Memory card trouble

When I put in my card in picture mode it says card full, but when I go to play mode to erase pictures it says no image. I know there are pics on there I just can't get them to come up. If I change the quality to get more pics, only the one i just took will show up.

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  • rflennon Jul 18, 2008

    I have the same problem with an xD128 card on an A345 camera. The FinePix viewer shows dozens of 1K files, but the camera shows 'No images' in View Mode and 'Card Full' in Picture Mode. These are family vacation pictures. I desperately want to recover them....

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For Angelbabys and Rflenon, I suggest you get a card reader and copy the pictures to your computer. Then go to Fuji's website to see if you need a new driver to re-install your camera. I'm guessing the problem is software based and not hardware. So you can try to update your drivers or installation softwares at this website:

http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital/download/index.html

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