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Memory stick Hi: When I turn on my camera the memory stick symbol keeps flashing and it says 101 next to it and the screen says "no memory space". I've changed the batteries and put in a brand new memory stick. Checked the manual and can't find a solution. Can you help??????

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The 101 is the folder number the pics are stored in-what model sony is it?-are you sure the camera is not recording to the internal memory which may be full-did you try to format memory card or reset the camera to factory defaults?-if none of these work may be bad camera-are you using a memory stick pro or pro duo card?

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http://www.docs.sony.com/release/DSCV1.pdf

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Did you insert the memory stick in correctely?

Is the metal part of the memory stick and the camera clean?

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