Hello, hope someone can help...
I regularly record radio shows but recently have found less internal m emory available. New battery doesn't make a difference? Where's my old internal memory gone?
What really doesn't make sense to me is that my player recognises the SD card, and tells me how much memory is available on it - but tells me there's no space to record on when I try to record. How do I 'direct' my recording to the external memory?
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Please save any images to your desktop that you want to keep. Access format function in camera's setup menu and format both SD card and internal camera memory to clear all data. After formatting, perform a sys reset that is also found in the setup menu. If your camera still cannot save images to the SD card after performing format and sys reset, then the card reader/writer is probably broken. Please contact us directly at 808-837-0074 if you have a sales receipt showing date of purchase 1 year or less which would qualify for warranty exchange under our 1 year warranty coverage.
The DCF error message with your Samsung camera nearly always occurs when
you're using a memory card that was formatted with a different camera,
and the file format structure is not compatible with your Samsung
camera. You will have to format the card with the Samsung camera.However,
make sure you download any photos to your computer first
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I have similar problem with this set - recordings are corrupted. Every few seconds a fraction of a second is cut off. Probably it's a problem with SD card. Someone reported this problem in amazon.com customer review for Kingston 4 GB Class 4 SDHC Flash Memory Card SD4/4GBET
The internal memory included in that device isn't going to be good for more than a minute or two of video recording. Because of the detail required in video capturing as well as the audio feed that it has to record, the file sizes can get quite large. I would recommend grabbing yourself at least a 2GB SD card, and actually probably even a 4GB if you were looking for some longer record times.
Thankfully, SD memory has gone down in price CONSIDERABLY over the years, many retailers often have 4GB SDHC cards for $20 or less.
Hope this helps!
SD cards have become the industry standard....but beware...there are SD cards NOT backward compatible...i.e.,some cams won't take 2GB or larger; then there is SDHC; SDHC(HD); RUNS FROM 512G thru 32GB HC/HD; ECT...check your cams manual for SD card compatibility.
The recorder should be formatted only by using the internal FORMAT function found in the recorder’s Menu. Formatting using the computer may corrupt system files needed to run the recorder, so computer formatting is not recommended.
here's the link for the user manual;
Check page 2 - There is no CD recording device. A DVD burner drive is sold as a separate unit(page 47), the main camera unit has an internal hard disk drive, and the option of recording to an SD card.
check page 15 for details of the SD card option.
If what you want to do is access the internal hard drive, be aware that this would void the warranty, and is not recommended unless there is a fault with the unit. If this is the case, please post back with details.
Hope this helps :)