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Re: memory card sd
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It would seem that you would have to do it all over again, that is download the pictures again to the SD memory card. But before doing this, you would need to format the SD card using the digicam rather than the PC.
In some cases, it maybe that the picture files (downloaded from the computer) does not match the image property requirements of the digicam so that even if the image files are stored in the SD memory card, the camera is unable to list/view them
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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You didn't say what software you are using, but there are better ways to download your photos. The best way is to connect your SD flash memory card to the computer. If your computer has a SD card slot you are in luck. If not, you can buy a USB SD reader for under $20 on line or in any computer store.
To use it, remove the SD card from your camera and insert it in the reader. Your computer will automatically recognize the SD card as an external memory device; exactly as it does with an external hard drive. You can then open the SD card and access the folder with your pictures. All you need to do is copy and paste your photos from the SD card to a new folder on your computer. It's that simple. Almost all professional photographers use this method and do not transfer pictures from the camera with the SD card in the camera.
Your camera comes with a very small internal memory. Your camera may be telling you your memory is filled up because it is. First, if you do not have an add-on SD memory card for your camera, get one and install it following your camera's instruction manual. Second, if you already have an SD card installed or you put a new one in, go to your camera's menu. There will be an item that allows you to use either the camera's internal memory or the add-on memory. Make sure the add-on SD card is selected.
Hello bro.. Do you check your SD card? It is work ? My solution: 1. Off Lumix camera.Until LCD was off. Press center of card to remove it. 2. Use card reader to connect your SD card to pc/netbook/laptop.. 3. Check full capacity for SD card, it is empty(zero) or have it their mount. 4. If empty (full,used,free is zero) ,try reinsert card again and don' t touch the terminal. 5. If still empty, that mean, your SD card was corrupted. 6. If not empty, backup all data in SD card. 7. Format the SD card using FAT32. 8. Checking Disk. 9.Insert back to camera, and format SD card using camera menu. 10. Take picture. and see if save on SD card or not. comment back here. if succes or not. 11. Don't use any battery except original from panasonic. It will affected to product. 12. Don't remove battery or card before lcd was off light. ---------------------------------------------------------------------
You will need to use a computer, there is no option for direct transfer from internal memory to SD card.
Remove the SD card from inside the camera and connect the camera to the computer using an USB cable. With no SD card the computer will show the pictures stored in camera's internal memory. Copy the pictures in the internal memory in computer hard disk, then eventually move them onto the SD card.
If you did not format the internal camera memory, you can initialize and install: Set the camera to OFF. Remove the SD card and connect the camera to the computer with the USB cable. The computer and camera should negociate and the camera should initialize and it asks to install the software.
Format the SD card make sure the camera is set to place the new files on the SD card and not go to the internal memory. What I fully expect is the camera has defaulted to using the internal memory which is now full of files/pictures and needs to be set back to SD card. To get the pictures from the internal memory to your computer you need to load the pictures one by one from the internal memory to the SD card. Then take them from the SD card ether to a card reader to the computer or download them from the camera to the computer.
You can get a little card reader that plugs into a USB port for a couple of dollars. Some of them will accept different types of memory card, but the cheapest just do SD cards (if you are sure it is an SD card).
Internal Memory: 32MB SD Card / SDHC Card (Up to 4GB support) Possible that internal memory is empty and your are transfered zero file.Switch to external SD memory in your camera menu should take care of the problem.Get the SD card reader is your easiest option. just copy and paste the photos to my picture in your computer.
I had success with this 1. Do not save any new file to memory card. 2. Connect your card to computer. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in My Computer. 3. Download SD card photo recovery software, recommended one is this photo recovery (simply because i was using it and it worked) http://www.asoftech.com/apr/ 4. Install and open the photo recovery program, select your memory drive, and click 'Start' button to start scanning process which will find your deleted photos.
when you camera is connected, go to my computer and you should find it listed under other devices, you should then be able to explore the camera folders in which sould be your sd card folder, copy and paste them.