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So i put in an old photo card and it comes up in the display as "no image" on a black screen. When i go to take a shot, it reads "memory Card Full". What the ****. i already hit all the buttons, with the only change coming from menu which would only allow me to select the resume and transition options. I seriously appreciate this.

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  • ksickmeyer Oct 12, 2010

    canon powershot pc 1311

    sorry, i thought i entered that info. my bad

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No image can sometimes mean that the card's file system is buggy and it needs to be formatted before you can use it. Please get me the make and model of the camera so that I can tell you how to do this.

Sai.

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

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    eagle338 Oct 13, 2010

    You can just connect it to the computer , back up the images, then right-click on the camera and click format. This will come up with the memory card formatting options. Choose FAT32 from the filesystem type and click format. Then try taking a picture again to see if problem persists and let me know.

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