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What is recording medium in your camcorder? Memory card, hard drive, built in memory? If memory card or hard drive then remove it from camcorder, connect to computer and use recovery software. Hopefully camcorder doesn't do full format only quick format. If full format was performed then say good bye to your recordings. I don't kow if any recordings on internal memory can be recovered.
click the "instruction manual which is the fourth choice...
also be sure any medium (HD, SD) is UNLOCKED when doing this. If you do not weant to completely format see page 40.
And for your comfort, a Mac does not convert anything on the camera. But for the future, don't drag and drop into the trash bin, use delete on the camera. This is the same problem I've seen w/others but calling Apple-who blames it on the PC format-who blames it on the Mac-and both blame it on JVC, gets you nowhere. This is very typical when multiple companies are involved.
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im sorry to tell you this but you cannot retrieve deleted content on your hard drive unless you saved it on a memory card or another hard drive if you did put the memory card in slot a and transfer it on your hard drive or if you saved it on another hard drive replace your current hard drive with the one with saved data on it.
access the drive through administration manager and delete any and all partitions.
Then create a partition for the full 4gig drive, reformat and that should give you back your full 4 gig..
Just make sure you backup anything that is on the drives BEFORE you delete the partitions..
administration manager is located in the windows control panel.
MAKE SURE you are accessing your usb drive when you delete the partitions as once you delete them you can never get them, or any info on the drive back. If you accidently delete your hard drive partition, you will have to start again with your operating system from scratch..
SO BE CAREFUL...
Memory cannot be "full", Hard Disk space can be full. Is this what you are referring to? To free up more memory you can shut down some programs, you can also uninstall programs and delete files to free up more hard disk space. Or buy a new hard drive.
It could be either one of them. It is hard to tell without actually having the computer here. This may sound crazy but make sure your hard drive is not full. Windows uses a swap file that grows each time your computer is powered up and then deleted when powered down. If your hard drive is getting full it has been known to generate memory errors especially when using memory intense programs such as excel and programs like photoshop. Do a system cleanup and defrag your hard drive. Hope these suggestions work!
Use the Samsung Firmware Updater to fix it. Mine did what all of you are speaking about. I was ready to toss it then I tried the firmware updater on the CD and it fixed it. You must copy all the files from the \setup\Programs\ and \setup\Binary\ folders on the Samsung CD to a folder on your hard drive. Then connect the player via USB and run stupdaterapp.exe. It will search for the device and pop up a menu. Check the Format Data Are box and click start. It takes a few minutes and wipes the device clean but it fixed mine.