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Apparently, you have pics on the camera's internal memory. Your card won't work until those pics are gone. Here's how...with no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format" and follow the on-screen instructions to erase the internal memory. Then, insert your card and it should work.
Hi. The PL80 has an 86MB internal memory so it does not sound as if there is anything wrong. However you can buy an SD or SDHC memory card and use that as well, so you can take a lot more pictures.
The number of pictures which can be stored depends on the size of the internal memory, or the extra memory card, and whether you set the camera to record the images in 'Normal', 'fine', or 'super fine' mode. This determines how compressed the images will be, and how much memory each one will use up.
A 1GB card would give around 160 pictures in super fine mode. Have fun with your camera!
Format the SD card make sure the camera is set to place the new files on the SD card and not go to the internal memory. What I fully expect is the camera has defaulted to using the internal memory which is now full of files/pictures and needs to be set back to SD card. To get the pictures from the internal memory to your computer you need to load the pictures one by one from the internal memory to the SD card. Then take them from the SD card ether to a card reader to the computer or download them from the camera to the computer.