Question about Nikon Cameras
Memory card is Kodak 1Gb and worked fine for a year in another Nikon coolpix. It worked find for a month in this L18 coolpix. But now when the camera is turned back on and playback accessed, the message "Memory Contains No images" comes up. Before the camera was turned off, images were stored ok in the memory card. This may have started when all the old images in the memory card were bulk erased to start over, but no problems were apparent at the time. The internal memory in the camera apparently stores images ok and they are still in the internal memory when the camera is turned back on.
Are you able to access the images using a card reader on your computer ?
Posted on Apr 18, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SD memory card
You could take your camera's card to one of those stores that have the machines for printing digital pictures and check if it can find your images. Was it only the images from that particular shoot that you can't see? If you have no success, perhaps get your camera checked at a camera store, they have more expertise than an electronics store.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
It may be the images are there but the camera is not reading them... I would try to find a place (possibly a photo retailer or a computer repair place) with a card reader to check out to see if that is the case.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Most files you download say from I tunes are "protected" files. They will not transfer. You have to convert it to an MP3 file. I found a free converter on the web that will convert your protected files to MP3 file then you can download it to your photo frame. i just bought one today and it took me ALL DAY to figure this out. What a PAIN! good luck!
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
There is a small switch at the base that needs to be moved to the "Unlocked" position. It's at the side of the card.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Things I have learned after messing with 3 different Westinghouse DPFs (1 -14" & 2 - 10").
1. Just tap the buttons. Exit first and then Menu or one of the other functions. Holding them down too long seems to nullify the functions. Only the Power button needs to be held down for a second or two to turn the device on or off.
2. Use a USB to mini-USB cable to access the internal memory. Expect flakiness when you plug in the cable. Sometimes it will warn the USB 2 device is plugged into USB1 port. Ignore this and just look for a string of removable drive letters to show up in My Computer window. The one named FLASH Drive is the internal memory.
3. I reformat the internal memory (FAT32 seems to work fine) and this gets rid of the troublesome canned pictures that may be causing your lock ups.
4. I have had good succcess the xD memory cards from 16MB to 1GB.
5. I have not seen any prblems with edited photos or long file names - just be sure they are named with .jpg extension and not .jpeg. - go figure?
Hope this helps...
Posted on May 04, 2009
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