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How many pictures can I fit on 2gb memory card

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Depends on the size of pic, mine is anywhere from 10 to 15, if you want more get bigger card

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SOURCE: New memory card will not work

this camera is actually really compatible with the 2gb sd card, anything higher will give you that message. since you have the right kind but still won't work - 2 possibilities:

camera memory ready issue > repair necessary
defective card> try another one

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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had since my memory card said he was full, but in fact had just format on the computer, then tried a bit and find the solution like this: put the memory card, press the menu button shows where the photos stored , Delete> Format, then everything returned to normal.

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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make sure that the memory card you bought is a secure digital (SD) memory card. the kodak memory you have might not be an SD card.

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Kodak 2gb memory card picture shows on camera but not computer

The Memory card is defective if u continue to use the same memory card more pictures which u take may spoil so pls try to use a diffrent memory card it will work fine.........

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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its on the right hand side of ur mobile at the lower edge just remove the covering nd insert it nd fix it....

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