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Internal/external memory I've had my camera for 10 months, and twice it has switched to 'internal memory' when it's been accidentally switched on in my bag. There are photo's i can't retrieve, stored on my external memory, but i don't know how to switch from one to the other. Can anyone help me?

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  • alicamp Aug 03, 2008

    you push the memory card in or out.

    apparently.

  • mm_rymnd Nov 04, 2008

    when i turn it on it says images recorded to internal memory and i cant figure out how to make it record onto the memory card when i take a photo.

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There should be a an item in your menu to switch from one to the other.

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

  • bhsbeach06 Dec 28, 2010

    Finally figured it out...For this camera....here is step by step
    1...have memory card in
    2..go to your playback of the pics
    3....Press the menu/ok butten
    4...scroll down and select the COPY
    5. then choose the top option...Internal memory to Card
    6. select okay...and check out ur card
    hope this helps...for anyone who was as lost as i was

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