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When using 1 gb memory card I am only able to take 17 pictures and then the camera tells me it is full! I know I should be able to take at least 100. I have lost my hand book so am unable to solve problem please help me.

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  • wendyconway0 Aug 12, 2008

    I am unable to get the format up on camera and as i have lost handbook I am stuck!

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Try formating the card from the camera, i used to have a camera that had the same problem. turned out to be a bad card. after formatting it every other day i bought a new card, hopefully yours wont be the same problem

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  • mark hudson Aug 13, 2008

    just keep looking thru your options, i know its a pain without the handbook but youll find the option

  • mark hudson Aug 13, 2008

    whats the model number?

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