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ACCESS message When taking pictures, an ACCESS message flashes and the pictures are then stored to my camera and not my memory stick. Sometime the ACCESS message will just keep flashing. Any advice? Thanks

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  • manniecheema Jun 20, 2008

    when i turn on my camera, an access message appears and does not allow me to take pictures. Instead a message keeps occuring on the screen which states that 'turn off camera and switc it on again'.



    I have tried this several times however, I can not take any picutes. Please HELP!!!!

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Hey soccerdixie,
I would first make sure that your memory stick is not full, and if it is I would upload your images to a computer and then format your memory card in the camera. If this is not the problem I would make sure that your memory stick is not set to the write protect setting, by looking at the write protect switch on the back of your memory stick. I hope this helps!

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