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Clear pictures How do i after down loading pictures clear the from the chip and cammera?

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  • sushilkarki May 11, 2010

    My Sony DSC-T5 camera is in Japanese language.I cant change it to English as i dont know japanese. Please suggest me a method to convert it to English

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Go into the menu of the camera and look for format under "Memory Stick Tool". Click "OK". It will say "all data in memory stick will be erased". Ready? Click "OK" and it's done.

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