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How do you remove the camera card from the cybershot camera W55?

I can't take out the card from the camera! Is there a switch or button I need to hold down?

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TRY LIGHTLY PUSHING IN ON THE INSERTED MEMORY CARD THEN IMMEDIATELY RELEASING. IT SHOULD POP OUT A LITTLE WHEN U DO SO ENOUGH TO WHERE U CAN PULL IT OUR THE REST OF THE WAY

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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Can't take pictures Full is displayed


This could mean exactly what it says...that your memory card is full and pictures need to be downloaded to your computer. If you've already done that, it may mean that you did not tell the computer to erase the pictures from your card.

If that's the problem you should be able to fix it by formatting the card. You can do that from the menu(little wrench icon) or by pressing and holding down the "delete" button (trash can icon on back of camera) and the "metering" button (to the left of the off/on switch) on the top of the camera. Both buttons are marked with "format" symbols.

If neither of these works, try replacing the card with a new one that is known to be empty and known to work.

The final alternative is to contact Nikon tech support at www.nikon.com and see what they advise.

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Where is the reset switch?


To perform a firmware reset on the HP Photosmart R707 digital camera, open the battery/flash_memory door, and remove the battery and SD flash_memory card. With the front of the camera toward yourself, and upside down, look for a tiny screw next to the battery clasp (holds the battery in place). About 1/4" (6.0mm) to the right of that screw is a tiny hole with a reset button inside it. Gently push a paper clip into it. Some people may feel a very slight click. Hold the reset button for 6 seconds. Place the battery back into the camera, but not the SD card. Power on the camera. Exit the date/time menu. Power off the camera. Place the SD card in the camera. Power on the camera. The firmware is now reset.

May 29, 2012 | HP Photosmart R707 Digital Camera

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I didn't drop my camera or even touch it and it started saying lens error and automatically shutting down. How do I fix this?


Remove the battery and also the memory card and keep aside. after about 30 minutes reinsert the battery and hold down OK button, then switch on to see if the camera resets with the lens correcting. If the fault does not clear, repeat once again but hold the lens on the palm and tap softly to reset the mechanism from any blocks.
If none of the above works you will need help to open and check.

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My batteries went dead and camera shut off. Now I


if the camera wont turn on remove the memory card and make sure your pictures are transfered. Try using regular disposable batteries. Also when trying to turn it on try holding down the power button for 5 seconds. If it still doesnt turn on coud be a broken switch connection.

May 14, 2010 | Canon PowerShot A540 Digital Camera

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How do i switch over my pics from internal to my sd card


You need to turn on first your camera, then press the menu button of the camera. Now under the menu button you need to scroll down and look for the setup then press the OK button. On the setup menu look for image storage then press the OK button again, you need to select the word AUTO for you to switch on your SD card.

Feb 09, 2010 | Kodak EasyShare C713 Digital Camera

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Green light on camera back to the right of the 'delete' button continually flashes on-off about 1 second intervals as soon as battery is inserted as long as CF card is in place. Switching camera ON...


I would start by looking into the memory card slot to see if you have a bent pin. You may need a small light and a magnifying glass to see them.
If the pins are okay, then you can try a reset by holding down the BKT and metering buttons together for 2 seconds. The metering button is on the left, behind the off/on/release.

Thirdly, you can try a firmware update on the camera which can be found here:

NikonTech.com

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My samsung digimax s500 camera still says card locked every time i go to take a pic.Someone kindly sugested holding the rest button, but i


THe SD card inside has a lever to its left Side .... Move it upwards ..... That is the lock on the Memory Card ...

Oct 16, 2008 | Samsung Digimax 530 Digital Camera

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Cover card open when it's shut


This problem is caused by the little piece of plastic that you flip down to hold the XD card in place. It has a nipple sticking out of it that is prone to breaking off. Unfortunately, this nipple (about 1/16" x 1/8" x 1/8") holds down a little button which tells the camera that the the plastic piece has been flipped down. Once the nipple breaks off, you need to find some other way to hold the button down.

I simply took a small plastic peg from an old boardgame -- a cribbage-board peg might work -- and whittled it down to fit the opening. Remove the XD card and you'll see the small 1/16" x 1/8" rectangular opening. There's a tiny, squarish black button inside. Use a toothpick or tiny screwdriver to carefully press the button in while the camera is on, and you'll see the error message disappear.

Once you get the idea, use a tiny Phillips screwdriver to remove the plastic piece that you flip down. There are two screws to remove, two little metal retaining brackets and a tiny metal rod. Be careful not to lose any of these pieces! Then gradually whittle your piece of plastic so it fits the rectangular opening snugly, and consistently turns off the error message. Then cut it to about 1/8" in length, insert it into the opening, and reassemble the rod, brackets and screws to hold it in place.

Now the little button will always be pushed in and the camera will be functional once again. Since the XD card has its own spring-loaded "locking mechanism" (you push to insert and push to remove), the piece of plastic you flip down isn't really needed in the first place. You can save it, anyway, just for the memories....


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Help with frozen lense


the lens is stuck out because there is incorrect battery connection. there is an option on the camera setting for the battery type. try this one:
-turn the camera on
-click on Menu button
-select options using left/right, up/down button
-select Set up 2
-Select Battery type
-Select Alkaline for non-rechargable
or Ni-MH for rechargable
-click OK button

this setting should be done when using camera for the first time and whenever you are switching battery types, from rechargable to non-rechargable and vice versa.

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