i have images from my builtin memory, i tried to upload images from SD memory card and its work fine, but i have a problem uploading in my built in memory. i am using the canon uitlities zoombrowser ex.5.8 and it says that CAMERA WINDOWS is already running, start aborting and there are no images in the camera or memory card that match download conditions. please help me to upload my images from my camera.. more power and God bless
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Re: cannot download images from builtin memory
I'M SORRY TO SAY BUT I BELIEVE THAT YOUR ONBOARD MEMORY IS CORRUPT. YOU PROBABLY WON'T BE ABLE TO RECOVER THOSE PICTURES. I THINK YOU NEED TO FORMAT YOUR ONBOARD MEMORY TO GET IT WORKING AGAIN. UNTIL YOU KNOW FOR SURE THAT IT IS WORKING, I WOULD USE A MEMORY CARD. ARE YOU SURE YOU HAVE THE LATEST VERSION OF THE CANON SOFTWARE? I PERSONNALLY NEVER USE THE ONBOARD MEMORY BECAUSE I FEEL THAT THERE IS ALWAYS A CHANCE TO LOSE THE IMAGES. I WOULD USE A 4 GIG SD MEMORY CARD THAT WOULD GIVE YOU A VERY LARGE NUMBER OF PICTURES AND THE SAFETY OF BEING ABLE TO REMOVE THE CARD FROM THE CAMERA AND USE A CARD READER OR YOUR COMPUTER IF IT HAS SD SLOTS. I HOPE THIS CLEARS YOUR PROBLEM UP,EVEN IF IT DOESN'T HELP RECOVER YOUR PHOTO'S. I'M SORRY ABOUT THIS. IF YOU NEED MORE HELP,REPLY TO: ARCLIGHT1217
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You can use the Copy command in the Playback menu to copy your images from the internal memory to the SD card. Full details are in the "Copying Files" section of the manual (page 95 in my copy). If you need a manual, you may download a copy here.
If you cannot upload your photos to the computer using the USB cable and your photos are stored on the SD menmory card then remove the SD memory card from your cell phone and insert the SD memory card into an USB card reader. Plug this USB card reader into the USB port of your computer and the computer will see it as an external storage device. You can then open the photo/image folder and copy the photos from this folder to your computer.
sir the memory card that you have in your camera do not allow pics to upload.Because the card that we put in the camera only allow picture to download from it.It will not allow pics to upload to it.If you want to upload pics to your camera try after putting a micro SD card.For that you should buy a micro SD adapter.After putting micro SD into that adapter you can put that into your camera.Then it will allow both uploading and downloading.
The computer uses a small program to be able to upload pictures from the memory card once the pictures are safely on the computer hard drive hopefully you created a file folder for them then the memory card needs to be formatted in the camera. Formatting the memory card cleans the card and makes it compatible to the camera again. Every time you download images to the computer the memory needs formatting in the camera. Any new memory card needs formatting in the camera a card that has been formatted in the computer needs to be reformatted in the camera. Also please be aware that there is a protection lock on the side of the SD card and if placed in the incorrect orientation will actually lock the card from formatting or deleting files on the card. I'm going to include a diagram here to show you where this little switch need to be for the "unlock" position.
Switch needs to be towards the top of the card in the direction of the gold contacts
Insert your SD card into an external card reader and try uploading from it. If this does not work, then try again using file recovery software (just enter "sd recovery" into your search engine) : there are many types, some may be a free download from your memory card manufacturer's website, others may only be on a limited use free trial basis and some are genuinely free. The best ones are the ones you pay for though. Your choice depends entirely upon how badly you need to recover the images, and the manufacturer's software should always be tried first unless you have a superior option already available. After recovery you should discard and replace your memory card (major brands often have a 5 year or even lifetime replacement warranty) unless you are certain that the fault was due to your camera and not the card. Good luck, and I hope that you recover your images. Please take a moment to rate my reply.
You have to upload your images from your camera to your computer and save and delete the pictures on your camera. You can buy SD memory card which can store lot more images than the internal memory. If you will be using the SD card, you have to select from the menu that you want the camera to write images on the external memory instead of the internal memory. You can upload images on the camera to your computer through USB cable. The cable is cheap if you buy from eBay especially ones that are being sold from Hong Kong. USB cable from Hong Kong worked well on my Kodak.
If you are using a memory card to store images on your camera, you can get an external usb card reader to download your images. Attach the reader to your computer, insert the sd memory card, and copy the images to your hard drive. If you are using the built in memory, try going here to find a software download: http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/products/ekn034495.jhtml?pq-path=11888#
Hey hapurves, Uploading your images should not remove the images from your memory card. If your images are no longer on your memory card the card has most likely been formatted. You could try connecting the memory card to your laptop with a card reader and under My Computer right click on the icon for your memory card and select open. Now you could try copying the images you want back on the memory card and pasting them into a folder on the memory card. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.