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Will not copy to SD Card

I can not get camera to copy pictures to card. I've tried 3 different cards and it just will not work. Display say "No Image". Any ideas?

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I have taken the sd card out of the camera, downloaded to my computer and now the camera will not read the sd card? Please help


Hi John,

First, make sure you have the photos on the computer. Once you know they are - then you know you have a working copy of them.

The problem you're describing can be the result of MOVING the files - rather than COPYING the files. Moving is the process of moving the original files from the card and putting them on the PC - while copying leaves the original files on the card and creates a copy on the PC. If you MOVED them then you shouldn't expect to see the original files on the card any longer.

If you copied them and the card no longer shows them or if you copied or moved them and the card is no longer visible the card may have been removed before it completed the file move / copy operation. You should only remove a card / usb drive / similar device when a message pops up saying it is safe to do so.

If: 1) there are no files visible, 2) the card can no longer be read or 3) your computer says the card needs to be formatted first - you may need to do that in an attempt to make the card useable again. If you do not have a copy of the files on your PC - try to copy them to another PC before formatting the card. If you can not get copies of the pictures / files on a 2nd PC, the files / pictures on the card are likely lost. You may find utilities than can restore them however (see link below)

recover pictures from memory card Google Search

Good memory card management includes 1) copying files from memory cards, 2) verifying that they have transferred successfully *and* finally 3) formatting the memory card *in* the camera; *not* the PC. Most cameras offer options to format cards - which is superior to simply deleting files or formatting in a PC. The camera tends to set the card up for its own use - rather than for a PC's use. Formatting the card in the camera can introduce subtle differences that make it worthwhile to do.

Not as much a big deal nowadays - but older devices, cameras, etc. can read / write only to "straight" SD cards. Today, there are SDHC and SDXC types. Make *sure* that you're using the type card your camera expects. Using an SDHC or SDXC card can have unpredictable results when used in devices that expect the older, "straight" SD (no "HC" and no "XC" suffix) type cards. More details about card types can be found linked below:

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The Best Way to Transfer Pictures From Your Camera to Your Computer


The best way to transfer pictures from a camera with an SD memory card to a computer is to do it outside of the camera. If your computer does not have an SD card reader built in, you can buy an external USB card reader for $20 or less on E-bay, Amazon, etc. Remove the memory card from the camera and insert it in the card reader. Your computer will treat the card reader and SD card just like it treats an external hard drive. Either drag-n-drop or copy and paste your pictures from the SD card file to a file on your hard drive. If after you have copied and backed up your files you want to reformat your SD card, replace it in the camera and format it in the camera, not in the computer. SD cards formatted in a computer will often not work in your camera because of slight differences in the formatting.

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Lost CD Driver


This is for you, if you lost your CD driver that came with your camera, and you don't know how to download your pictures to your computer. You don't need the disk to transfer your pictures from your camera to your computer. Follow these steps:
1. Take your sd card out of your camera.
2. Plug your sd card into your computer.
3. A folder with your pictures should appear on your computer.
4. Copy your pictures to a different folder on your computer.
5. Take your sd card out of your computer.
6. Your pictures will be on your computer for you to enjoy.
If that doesn't work, plug the cable in that came with your camera.
I hope this helps.

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Help me import from nikon cool pix s210 to Wlndows Live Photo Gallery 2011....laptop not recognizing camera


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1. Put the SD card into the computers cardreader.
2. Connect the camera through USB with the computer .
3. Copy the pictures.

If you have trouble with the SD card:
1. Copy all the pictures to the computer.
2. Format the sd card in the camera.
3. Copy the pictures back onto the sd card.

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Kodak easyshare m360 says memory full after 3 photos i just bought the camera, what i shell do < shell i buy memory card or usb for it ?


You need to switch the camera over to saving pictures directly onto the SD card.
  • Menu
  • Cam settings
  • Chose AUTO or SD card option
  • Press OK to SD card
Note: If the SD card isn't in the camera or is unreadable the camera will automatically go back to saving you taken pictures on the internal memory.

If you experience problems:
The lever on your SD card might be turned the wrong way so the SD card is reading protective.
Please turn the lever and try again.

The SD card might not be supported by the model: Your camera Memory card support is SD/MMC up to 2 Gigabyte and SDHC up to 8 Gigabyte

The SD card might not be faulty, try another card, since the camera could give you a message like the one you're experiencing.
Try with a different SD card that is supported by the camera.

Once you have set the settings to save onto the SD card directly you might like to transferre your existing pictures from the internal memory onto the SD card:

Question :
How do I transfer pictures from the internal memory of my KODAK Digital Camera to a memory card? Answer :
Follow these steps:
  • On the camera, press Review and then Menu.
  • Select Image Storage.
  • Change to Internal Memory.
  • In the menu listing, scroll down to Copy, and select OK.
  • Select a single picture, or select All.
  • When you have finished copying pictures, reset the Image Storage location to your original setting.
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    Will not format memory card


    How to format the memory card in my camera? NOTE this will delete all existing data on your card.
    1. Do the following:
    2. Insert the memory card into the camera. Make sure the card is firmly seated (push in the card until it clicks into place).
    3. Turn on the camera.
    4. Press the Menu button, then go to the Setup Menu.
    5. Scroll up or down to the Format option, then press the OK button
    If you still experience problems:
    The lever on your SD card might be turned the wrong way so the SD card is reading protective.
    Please turn the lever and try again.

    The SD card might not be supported by the model: Your camera Memory card support is SD/MMC up to 1 Gigabyte

    The SD card might not be faulty, try another card, since the camera could give you a message like the one you're experiencing.
    Try with a different SD card that is supported by the camera.
      After you having successfully switched over to saving onto the SD card. I would guess that you would like to transferre the pictures from your internal memory over to the SD card.:
    Question :
    How do I transfer pictures from the internal memory of my KODAK Digital Camera to a memory card? Answer :
    Follow these steps:
  • On the camera, press Review and then Menu.
  • Select Image Storage.
  • Change to Internal Memory.
  • In the menu listing, scroll down to Copy, and select OK.
  • Select a single picture, or select All.
  • When you have finished copying pictures, reset the Image Storage location to your original setting.
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    Just put a new memory card in the camera but the screen keeps showing internal memory is full


    How to switch the camera over to saving pictures directly onto the SD card.
      1. Menu
      2. Cam settings
      3. Chose AUTO or SD card option and Press OK
    Note: If the SD card isn't in the camera or is unreadable the camera will automatically go back to saving you taken pictures on the internal memory.

    If you still experience problems:
    The lever on your SD card might be turned the wrong way so the SD card is reading protective.
    Please turn the lever and try again.

    The SD card might not be supported by the model: Your camera Memory card support is SD/MMC up to 1 Gigabyte

    The SD card might not be faulty, try another card, since the camera could give you a message like the one you're experiencing.
    Try with a different SD card that is supported by the camera.
      After you having successfully switched over to saving onto the SD card. I would guess that you would like to transferre the pictures from your internal memory over to the SD card.:
    Question :
    How do I transfer pictures from the internal memory of my KODAK Digital Camera to a memory card? Answer :
    Follow these steps:
  • On the camera, press Review and then Menu.
  • Select Image Storage.
  • Change to Internal Memory.
  • In the menu listing, scroll down to Copy, and select OK.
  • Select a single picture, or select All.
  • When you have finished copying pictures, reset the Image Storage location to your original setting.
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    Cannot copy photos from internal memory to SD Card


    try to put the back your sd card in your camera then go to option in your camera and search the copy file to memory / copy pictures...i try this in my camera....it works!!!
    if this won't work try to download your camera driver/software...

    Hope this can solve your problem

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    Problem with taking picture with SD card


    The only thing I can recommend is using the brands of memory cards that Casio recommends. They are Panasonic, San Disc, Toshiba. Make sure the card is formatted with the camera before use.

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