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Hi, in most cameras by defult the camera names the pictures it takes in numeric sequence and after a while the range of names reaches an end and the camera would give similar message... if you go to the setup menu look for something like frame number or picture count and see if it is set to continious, see if you can switch it to reset or renew and see what happens... hope that helps :)
Go to set up then Frame and change to RENEW. It is probably on continuous. My camera did the same thing and this solved it. Apparently even thought the card is empty if it is on continuous it will start the picture numbering where you left off last time.
I had the same problem with a fujifilm camera, the good news is that it's easy to fix. On the shooting menu (press menu when the camera is in shooting mode) there will usually be a set-up option, within that you should see "Frame No." or something similar- the two options for this are either "continuous" or "renew". If you are experiencing the Frame no. full error it means that you are currently set to continuous; TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM SWITCH THIS SETTING TO RENEW.
To fix this go into Menu ---> Setup. From there there's a Frame Number setting. It is normally set to: Continuous. The other option is: Renew which evidently simply resets the picture count. After selecting Renew the error message disappears and the camera works perfectly again.
I had the same problem. Here's what I think is going on: the camera has a finite set of numbers that it can assign to pictures. If it is set to "continuous," then every picture that you take gets assigned a new number (even after you delete them off the card). To fix this, you need to set it to "renew" the picture numbers. Here's how to do this: Menu --> Setup --> Frame No. --> Renew.
Try going in to the "setup" menu and change the frame numbering from "continuous" to "renew", if it is not already done. Sounds like you are on the continuous setting which keeps adding numbers, even though you've erased many. Going to renew starts the numbering over so it keeps reusing previous numbers.
try emptying the memory card & phone memory then give try ... if same problem persists then may the software of the camera may be corrupted .... you give for installing the software in the show room where you purchased or ur model named show room...
The problem is with the electric contacts between the battery and the camera. You can try cleaning them with a clean pencil eraser. Make sure you don't leave any eraser debris in the battery compartment. It is best to do this while holding the camera so that the battery compartment door is "down" so that any eraser debris will fall out of the door onto the table rather than fall into the compartment.