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Memory full message

When I first got the camera it would record for about 18 seconds before it said the memory card was full(without a memory card). So I bought a 2gb kodak memory card for it but when I put in the memory card after only 18 seconds it said the memory was full i don't know If it's the memory card or the camera?

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  • jlspivak Nov 15, 2008

    I have used the camera repeatedly and offloaded files to my PC, so I know that the card is the right kind. Now I just get a "memory full" message even though the card is empty. I have tried re-formatting a couple of times but no luck. Im beginning to think its the camera/ Anyone have any suggestions?

  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2008

    Exactly the same problem. No luck yet in finding an answer.

  • leithiser Dec 07, 2008

    same problem here. We used the camera for quite a few months and then all of a sudden started getting this message. Bought a new card and still same issue. AAGGGHHHH.. any help out there?

  • Anonymous Jan 10, 2009

    What if we used the wrong sd card and the video is on the built in memory? can we get those files off the built in memory on to our pc?

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Try Reformating the SD Card.
It is also said that SDHC cards will not record right
And you might try searching for the firmware update aswell.

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The problem Probably is that the memory card isn't the right kind, so it just records to the "Built in memory". The only way to fix this is to format the Memory card

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