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Camera displaying no memory and not charging correctly

We bought our new camera in April of this year and have barely begun to use it. This weekend I turned it on to use it and it came up with a low battery icon and stated that we had no memory space left(despite only having two photos on the camera. I deleted the two unwanted snaps, having already saved them to disc and plugged the camera in to recharge. The recharge light came on immediately. After recharging it I turned it back on and the low battery sign reappeared and the no memory space left sign came up again. The camera is turning on easily but we are at a loss to why it is playing up. Do we have a dud battery? Can anyone help two very untechnical savy people sort out this problem?

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  • nikole2819 Jun 28, 2008

    My camera stick is 4MB. i have only 8 pictures on it, yet somehow my camera is saying that i have no memory space left. What is wrong? How do i fix it?

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camera is not not recoginising the battery may there be a battery type mismatch or battery type is not provided correctly in the software of camera

Posted on Apr 25, 2007

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Might be the wrong rechargable batteries? And don't even try to use regular AAs The camera shuts itself off. You have to use rechargables.

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did you get a response from the company?

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I had the same problem.what i did i open the battery cover ,remove the battery and memory stick.Then i took a hair dryer and dblow air about .5 hr in three four steps.in the bigining the light come on for while when put the new battery and after keep blowing hot air ,i found it start working nicely.U can try it
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Posted on Apr 13, 2008

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SOURCE: Camera won't turn on...

I posted earlier, prior to trying what Sony had suggested. I tried it and at first it didn't work, however I didn't have an AC adaptor so I hooked the camera up to my laptop with a USB cable. First try nothing. I then took the Memory stick out and put it back in (while I was connected) and the next try the camera turned on. However, it's not my camera and I'm unable to get it to do anything except be on, it's like it's frozen, so there may be other problems. BTW, the edit/playback setting is the arrow in a box.

Posted on May 25, 2008

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