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If you have a memory card inside the camera, you have to remove it and then turn on the camera, press the photo review button and you should see what is recorded in the internal memory? You can now delete the photos or recordings off the internal memory, mind you that most internal memory on cameras are limited but to a few photos only, you are better off using a regular SD card since it has way more memory than the internal memory in the camera.
digital cameras often have a small amount of internal memory good for a few pictures. Any additional photos will require the use of a memory card. If you are getting the error message, check your settings to save to the memory card (if you have one inserted). Or you may have already filled the memory card and you need a new one.
First thing to note is that the deleted data on the phone will remain there until something new is saved and overwrites it. This might not happen immediately but eventually, after continued use, it will. Either connect the phone straight to a PC using a USB cable (if supplied with the phone) or take the card out and put it in a card reader attached to the PC. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in Windows Explorer.
Then try some data recovery software on the PC. This should recognise the phone or card and then you can scan it using the free download of some good data recovery software. That will show you what files still exist on the phone or card and what can be recovered. http://www.asoftech.com/adr/
Having pics on both the internal memory and a memory card is asking for trouble. Take out the card and download the internal memory to your computer. Then, go into the menu and find "format" and erase the internal memory. Then, download all the pics from the memory card using a separate card reader. Then, insert the card into the camera and do the format thing again to erase and optimize the card. Now you have a fresh start...never use the internal memory again.
Hi there internal memory means inbuilt memory. When you click the snap all photos are save in your camera internal memory. I hope you use external memory card. Go in settings and select the memory card( external) for further snaps. Then the message did not come again until full the memory card. And if you want to clear the internal memory card then connect your camera with your PC then copy the all photos from the camera & paste in computer. After that go inside the internal memory of camera via computer & delete them. Then your camera in build memory card will empty. I hope you understand . If you have any question then ask me. Thanks & waiting for your feedback.
I think you have set the "image storage" to internal. If you take a picture the memory reading should go down one shot-if it doesnt it is because your photos are on the internal memory instead of on auto or memory card. If you take out the card then try to view the pictures hopefully you will now see them. Eventually if this is the problem you will get a notice telling you that "internal memory is now full£.
You didn't state whether or not you are using a memory card in your camera. If you are storing pictures strictly on the camera's internal memory and you have a high megapixel camera, it is quite possible that your memory is full. I have seen cameras with only 8 MB of internal memory which will hold very few pictures before giving you a "memory full" message.