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My wife's camera seems to work fine, but after taking a picture it does not store the image on the memory card. Any suggestions?

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Dear sir,

the first suspect should be your memory card,ahich has either worn out or being corrupted or being infected by viruses,put the memory card in a card reader and format it and use............

if the memory card works fine in other cameras,then ur camera is being affected by virus ahile you have transfered datas to any untrusted devices...........

thank you..take care..............

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