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Try it copy it without using the program

SanDisk Ultra II... | Answered on Feb 08, 2018


SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.

SanDisk Ultra II... | Answered on May 04, 2011


It is possible that when you edited the pictures on your computer, that you might have changed the file format when you resaved them.

Check the names of your picture files on the computer and compares the endings (.JPG or .BMP or whatever) between new pictures that come directly from your camera and pictures that you have edited and resaved.

If the formats are different at all, then your camera will probably not be able to read them. Cameras usually save pictures in one specific format and can only read them if they are in exactly that format. A computer on the other hand is much more flexible and can usually read or save pictures in many different formats.

Your computer should give you the option of saving a picture file in a different format if you want. When you edit and save the pictures on your computer next time, use the SAVE AS feature, this should give you the option of changing the name of the file as well as the file extension from a drop down list. Then just try saving the picture files in different formats until you find the one that your camera can read. Or just look in your cameras Owner's Manual and find out exactly what format the pictures need to be in for the camera to recognize and display them from a memory card.

Good luck.

SanDisk Ultra II... | Answered on Apr 14, 2011


Use Alcohol 52 to create an image file skip reading errors

SanDisk Ultra II... | Answered on Sep 29, 2010


The photos might be encrypted by the camera software, try to load the card with your camera

SanDisk Ultra II... | Answered on Aug 12, 2010


On your SD card, there is a small tab near the top (similar to floppy a disks), just switch that the other way it should fix that lock error.

SanDisk Ultra II... | Answered on Jun 11, 2009


have you lost your photos on your memory card/USB drive?

If you appear to be a Mac user, just try this Photo Recovery app. It can nimbly recover deleted photo files, music sources and video clips from Mac hard disk drive and memory devices containing USB Drive and SD card. http://www.leawo.org/photo-recovery-mac/

Simply insert the card to your Mac and run the photo recovery app. The software may help you scan the card and then show you files it has found. Choose the pics you want to get back and hit the "Recover" button to start.

SanDisk Ultra... | Answered on Mar 08, 2018


If it's Bluetooth / Wifi, you have to pair them first.

Are you 100% sure it's a flash?

If it has a usb port, then it could be a bluetooth or Wifi (wireless communications connection) dongle, not a storage flash drive.

A bluetooth dongle will usually have the double W symbol similar to a spiky 8.

If Bluetooth / Wifi:.....
USB has 4 pins - outer 2 are power to the device, while the inner 2 pins carry data traffic only.
Therefore a BT device, Wifi and a flash storage drive need to be connected to USB for powering its circuit board and relaying data.

Try this if BlueTooth:
Switch ON bluetooth on both devices (flash may have a button / switch, or not), most just use "Remove Device" "Safe to Remove" then yank it out to switch off (as no 5V USB BUS power = 0).
Plugging in powers it up. It's functions are controlled via PC's BT menu.

With BT Flash plugged in, go to your computers device settings or the taskbar may have a BT symbol (like two face-to-face W's).

After switching computer BT on, select "search for devices" or similar, depending on your OS.

It may find several BT devices in your area.

Other BT devices such as Mobile Phone can also find a computer dongle by using the external device's menu to "search" while computer is made "visible" (also vice versa).

SanDisk... | Answered on Oct 05, 2018


the speed is more often the nod limited by the device the flash drive is connected to no the drive itself. there isn't much you can do but wait if it's being slow.

SanDisk... | Answered on Oct 05, 2018


It all depends on how it is treated. In your pocket they can last months or days or years. If its the only place with certain data you need a data recovery specialist to salvage it. In the future, you should use at least 2 devices(one cloud based) to guarantee proper storage.

SanDisk... | Answered on Jun 04, 2018


What are you trying to do with the card? Please give specs on card.

SanDisk... | Answered on Feb 01, 2018


I have a dash cam that I can read right from the computer. I have a socket on mine for this very purpose. If you look in File Explorer, it should come up as SANDISK E: or something similar. If you don't have a memory card port on your computer, they can be had for a few bucks on EBAY, and will plug into a USB port.

SanDisk... | Answered on Jan 09, 2018


It is a flash drive. There is no firmware. See... http://www.tech-faq.com/how-a-usb-flash-drive-works.html

SanDisk... | Answered on Nov 05, 2017

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