well i do not understand your problem but for the sake that you would want to take pictures for Christmas i will help. Ok, go to your computer. you are there. If you have a cable that connects to the computer via usb and connects to your sd card on the other end, read this. if not, skip to the next pargraph. Ok, plug the cable in to the computer and sd card. if something like adobe photoshop comes up, click stop then close it. open 'my computer' on the start pannel. go to cd drive 'F' and go through whatever folders there are to get to your images. im assuming you want to keep them so minimize my computer and right click on the desktop. go to 'new' and go down to folder. if you dont want them on the desktop do it on my documents or my pictures or whatever you want. name your folder and open my computer. go up a folder using the up a folder icon on the top and take the folder where the images are or cd drive f and drag it to your new folder. then hilight all the images again and still holding left click press right click and go down to delete. there your card is empty and the images are on the computer. Ok put your card in the sd slot and wait for it to load your images to come up. if it doesnt load go to my computer and go to cd drive 'I' and im assuming you want to keep them so minimize my computer and right
click on the desktop. if you dont want them on the desktop do it on my documents or my pictures or whatever you want. go to 'new' and go down to folder. name your
folder and open my computer. go up a folder using the up a folder icon
on the top and take the folder where the images are or cd drive f and
drag it to your new folder. then hilight all the images again and still
holding left click press right click and go down to delete. there your
card is empty and the images are on the computer.
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Your camera has a memory card slot that enables you to insert any "SD" compatible memory card up to 8BG. Adding a memory card will allow you to increase the capacity of your camera before you have to transfer photos and videos to your PC. Install the SD memory card as below:
Locate the Memory Card slot within the battery compartment.
Insert the Memory card into the slot in the correct direction. (see the sketch below)
Push the card in until you feel it "click" into position. The top of the card should be flushed with the surface of the camera. An icon will appear on the LCD screen after you turn on your camera.
Once the external memory card is inserted into the camera all the images taken with the camera will be stored on the card.
Limited internal memory is provided for test images. The image will be deleted when camera power is turned off. Please download the images before power off .SD memory card is required for normal use.
An external memory card is required for normal use. Your camera supports any compatible SD memory card (up to 8GB).
If there is a photo in the internal memory when you insert the card into your camera, a "Copy to card" message will appear on the LCD with Yes or No options. On selecting 'Yes' the photo will now be copied to your card.
Formatting will delete all data on the SD memory card including protected data.
Don't remove the SD card during formatting as this may damage the card and render it unusable.
When your card is full, download the media on the SD card to your PC and delete the photos and videos from it in order to continue using your
After inserting in your computer, you should get an option to reformat. Do that. Of course, you will lose anything on it. Also, camera should have that option somewhere in the menu. Hope this helps you some.
I have two S760 also having the 'file error' on just some shots Like graham-s-sk new sandisk 2gb and when downloaded the file is there but the attributes are currupted. Talked to Samsung who said the sd card should be formatted on the camera and not to rely on the Sandisk formatting. Have tried this and taken 100 test shots - so far so good!
You sure can.
Go to your shooting mode menu.
Scroll down to BACKUP
Click on OK
Click on OK
All image data stored in the internal memory is copied to the card.
Press MENU to exit the menu.
Make sure there is enough room on your card to hold all the pictures in memory.
When you've copied to the card the original pictures are still held in the internal memory so you will have to clear it.
When the card has insufficient memory, [CARD FULL] is displayed and copying is canceled.
When the battery icon is blinking, pictures cannot be backed up because of insufficient battery power.
If the battery power runs out during copying, the image data may be lost or damaged. I recommended you use the AC adapter if you have one. If not, make sure your batteries are charged.
Never open the battery compartment/card cover, remove the batteries, or connect or disconnect the AC adapter during copying as this may cause malfunction to the internal memory or the card.