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Digital camara can you switch pictures that are on your internal memoery to your memoery card so you can put them on the computer

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Yes. Check the Manual for your camera or scroll the menus.

Posted on Sep 09, 2008

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As long as you don't put in any memory card, where the camera can put its pictures, it will say write protected.
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Have you tryed eraseing / formating it in the 740?

Make sure the camara uses the card instead of internal memory
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The internal memory is very small and will only take a few pictures. Just enough to test the camera. Your camera also accepts SD and SDHC cards, which are not expensive. You can put lots of pictures on the SD or SDHC cards.
You also could connect the camera to a PC or MAC and send the pictures over after you installed Kodak Picture easy share.
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I would take the memory card out of the camera and plug it into your computer and see if you can download them to your pc without using the camera at all... If the pix are really important take the sd card to a photo shop and have them burn the photos to a cd... hope this helps

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Plug in the USB transfer cable (to the camera), other end into your computer. The computer should recognize the picts and start the download.
After it is complete, you can now insert the external memory device (either into the computer (if it takes them) or into the camera.)

**If you plugged into the computer - you can drag and drop the picts from the folder on the PC to the memory card (the computer thinks that it is an external hard drive).

**If you place the card into the camera, connect the usb cable between the camera and the PC. Now, you can drag and drop the picts from the folder on the PC to the camera memory card (the computer thinks that it is an external hard drive).

That is all there is to it.... because the PC thinks that the memory card is an external hard drive, you can move stuff to/from it just like any hard drive. Neat, huh!!!

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If you are using SD memory card, it can be locked. Take out your memory card, on the left side there's a switch. Turn switch up and try again. Hope this will work.

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Excuse me but is your camara Kodak Easy Share C643 or kodak easy Z712IS ?

I need this information to better assist you.

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