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  • danlila Nov 11, 2010

    My menu has only one option: picture quality (00-best--auto) Now what do I do? I have tried several cards and the message I mentioned still comes up!

  • danlila Nov 11, 2010

    THIS DOES NOT WORK WITH MY CAMERA! THE ONLY THING ON MY MENU IS QUALITY OF PICTURE (00-Best-or AUTO)



    YOU SENT THE SAME INFORMATION THIS TIME THAT YOU SENT LAST TIME. PLEASE READ WHAT I HAVE WRITTEN.

  • danlila Nov 11, 2010

    I have a KodakCX7430

  • danlila Nov 11, 2010

    Thank you, Ekse!

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Hello,
Remove the memory card from the camera, is there anything important in the internal memory of the camera? have you taken any pictures? Take a look in the playback - preview first to see if there are any important pictures on the camera, if there are, transfer them to the computer, or copy them into a memory card.

If there is noting of importance in the camera, you can format it, open the set up menu, and find the Format option or erase.
This will empty the internal memory that is used for storing pictures etc.
Now you can put in your memory card, and it should work normally.
if not - or if the error comes back, post me the brand and model, you might have the camera set on use internal memory, instead of memory card. This limits you alot in taking pictures, you will get the full message alot sooner than you would if you had it using the memory card.

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  • Ekse Nov 11, 2010

    please post me the brand and model of the camera so I can find that out.

  • Ekse Nov 11, 2010

    Thanks I'll get back to you in a moment.

  • Ekse Nov 11, 2010

    Here is how to delete content from the internal memory of the camera, remove the storage card and power on the camera.




    Press the Review button.



    Press the Delete button.



    Press ARROW UP OR ARROW DOWN to highlight an option



    Highlight the option ALL

    ALL-deletes all pictures and videos from your current storage location.



    then press the OK button



    the content should be removed, now when you are in review, it should say no image or similar, the error message about internal memory being full should be gone.




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