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My card has been wiped but the camera keeps insisting it is out of memory. Why? What can I do

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I this there should be some problem with the memory card, so try formating the memory card. It should work!

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The software that comes with almost every camera, is used to make backups from the pictures on your camera. The backup device is thought to be a computer. So this software only allowed to move the pictures from the camera to the computer. lots of camera users don't even realise the have to install special software, to transfer the pictures from camera to computer.
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You're right...a Kodak isn't even in the same ballpark as a Canon. Anyway, be sure the slide switch on the side of the card is in the "unlocked" position. Go into the menu and find "format" and launch it from there. Also, be sure the card can be used by the camera. For example, some cameras can only use SD cards and not SDHC cards.

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1. Make sure you will install a new or fully charged battery/batteries into your camera. Please use lithium batteries Ni-Mh or rechargeable Batteries (2000 M.Amp or higher).

2. Clean the battery contacts.
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If you had them saved to your computer, no worries, just start taking pictures again!

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Check the manual. Most digital cameras give you the option to save to an internal memory or an SD card(or whatever your camera takes). If it doesn't have an internal memory...that may force you to have a memory card in so you can keep the images. Good luck.

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