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Insert the USB cable into the computer and the other end to the camera. Turn on camera. Most camera's come with some sort of software for transferring but it isn't needed. When plugging such a device into a Windows computer it will then download and install the needed drivers to access said device. Open Windows Explorer, not not Internet Explorer... on some versions of Windows it may simply be labelled as, "Explorer.exe"...
If you've never open that program before then it should be in it's default mode and not require any tinkering. There should be a left pane of info and a larger right pane. Locate the camera on the left pane. Double click it to open and keep opening folders til you get to your pictures which would show up in the right pane.
If the default view is libraries then you need the change view icon. It looks like a two panelled icon, a smaller left side and larger right side image, click it to change to panel view.
Select all images in the panel either by pressing CTRL + A to select all, or CTRL + L click on each image to select individual ones. After all have been selected, R click the highlighted images and select copy. Look at the left panel and look for where you want to copy the images to. Either My Photo's folder or make a new one. Once there, in a blank space in the 2nd pane, R click again and select paste and all selected images from the previous pane/panel will be copied to the new folder.
You can delete photos from your SX130 IS in two ways:
To Delete Photos Individually:
Press Playback Mode button (looks like a play button and is located on the top right on the LCD-side of your camera)
The last image you took will appear on the LCD screen.
Use the Left & Right arrow keys or turn scroll wheel to cycle through your images
Once you find an image you want to delete, press the Trash button. The image will be erased.
Press the Playback Mode button or the FUNC/SET buttons to exit when done
To Delete ALL Photos
Press the MENU button (bottom right button on LCD-side of camera) to bring up the Menu screen
On the Playback tab (Looks like a Play button icon), use the arrow buttons or turn scroll wheel to scroll down to Erase. Press the FUNC/SET button.
You now have three options Select, Select Range, and All images. Select will allow you to delete individual images, Select Range will allow you to select a series of images, and All images will delete all images from memory. This last one is the option we are looking for.
Use the arrow keys or scroll wheel to choose All images
Use the arrow key or scroll wheel to select OK when the Erase confirmation screen pops up.
Hi, Make sure the write protect lock is off by taking the card out
of the camera, face the card towards you, look for a small white tab on
the left hand side of the card, to unlock it push the tab down, it will
be at the side of the card like this . Pop it back in the camera and use the menu to format the card. Hope this helps
After going through the menu and choosing user image, view the picture you would like to set as your start image. Press the button with the E on it that is underneath the zoom button. The screen should then show four images across the top, say the word "RESIZE" under that, and have the numbers 7,5,3,and 1 down the left hand side of the display. Below the number one there is an icon of a person and a camera. Scroll down to that icon and press the OK button. Your start image should now be chosen. Turn you camera off and power it back up to see if it worked. Hope this helped.
This is the anti-shake image stabilization (IS) icon. It just means that the camera will assist you in taking crisper shots even if your hands are not super steady.
To turn it off, press the "Menu" button and then scroll down the first tab until you get to "IS". Then, use the directional control buttons to choose whether it is always on, sometimes, or off.
It may be a hair or other nuisance on your sensor. Hand it over to your local repair shop to find out.
You have a better chance of fixing it if it's a line of dead pixels than a scratch. In the mean time, quick fix in an image editor.