Disk full cannot finalize or transfer photos to computer
Just returned from vacation and I am not able to finalize one of the many disks I used. Message shows, "disk full" and will not allow me to delete any pictures or to finalize the disk.
When I hook up to the computer, PTP transfer takes place, but no photos/files show up on the screen. I can see photos on the camera, not computer. What can I do to save and copy these photos?
Re: Disk full cannot finalize or transfer photos to...
I agree with the first person. you cannot over fill a disk otherwise there is not enough room to finalise it. or does it do this with all disks? try resetting the camera on the bottom and set it back up. if you put your disk into a computer with a cdrw you can open the files from there as long as you have the dowload software installed on the same computer. just do not try to open or veiw the last photo otherwise it mayu lock up your computer.
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What type of computer is it? The question is posted under Apple iPod shuffle MP3 Player. If the disk was given to you from a professional photographer, it may be a copyrighted disk. Where did the photos come from that are on the disk... i.e. brand of camera?
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( CARD READER TO PC) The best and easy way is took out the memory card from the camera & insert in the memory card Reader. Then connect card reader with the PC. Now open My computer and there you can find removal disk driver ( For Example G: ). Open the driver and copy all the folders from there to your computer. After complete the transfer open the folder. You will find all the photos there.b>OR
( CAMERA TO PC USED USB CORD )
Connect the camera with data cable and turn on the camera. After that open My computer and there you can find removal disk driver ( For Example G: ). Open the driver and copy all the folders from there to your computer. After complete the transfer open the folder. You will find all the photos there.http://www.ehow.com/how_2282213_transfer-pictures-from-camera-computer.html
If the scan disk already have the photo on it, then it is easy to download pictures from it to your computer, all you need to do so is a scan disk trans flash adapter also known as the memory card reader. You will insert your memory card into the scan disk if it is the small memory card. then you connect the scan disk into the computer through the SD slot on the computer and then the computer will read its drivers and then you can open file to view folders on the memory card. from there you will be able to transfer your pictures to the computer.
If your computer does not have the SD slot, then you can use the USB type of memory card reader to carry out the operation.
This message means the hard disk is nearly out of disk space.
Do you regularly do a Disk Cleanup and empty the Recycle Bin? These disk maintenance chores will free up disk-space by removing old temporary and compressed files. Therefore returning disk space for further use.
To do a Disk Cleanup follow these steps. This can take hours to complete, it depends upon the size of the hard disk especially if it has not been done before.
Click on My Computer - right click on the C drive and click on the Disk Cleanup button. After it analyzes the hard disk then click all the boxes to recover the maximum disk space, click OK then YES to perform these actions.
Each time you execute finalization, the disc remaining space will decrease by approximately 13 MB. If you don’t have enough room, it won’t allow you to finalize the disc.
To finalize this disc, you have to delete some pictures to make enough space. But don’t worry, before you delete those pictures, you can save them to your computer.
Find out the CDs came with your camera, refer your manual page 51 - 61 to install ‘PIXELA PTP Manager’ , connect your camera and computer with USB cable, and copy some pictures to your computer, then delete the pictures on camera side. If still not enough room, copy more and delete more. make it enough to do the finalization.
I was having similar issues. My memory card was ejecting itself unkowingly. So some of your pictures are on camera memory (fills up fast) and some are on the memory card. My card was randomly ejecting with the door closed. So you never know if you are taking shots on camera of disk memory. You also seem to be missing phots when reviewing because the card is out of place. I am sending my camera to Nikon today.
substantial percentage of my Memorex 3.5" CDs won't finalize, and when
I susbsequently try to review the photos on the camera, it tells me
there are no files on it. Nothing will download to the computer via the
USB either. A substantial percentage of my Memorex 3.5 "CDs
won't finalize, and when I susbsequently try to review the photos on
the camera, it tells me there are no files on it. Nothing will download
to the computer via the USB either. There is a software program that always saves me when I get careless and fill the disk to full.It''s called CD Roller. It''s called CD Roller.
To review the picture just taken - seconds; to retrieve from the disk you have to finalize the disk which takes about a minute for a full disk, seconds for a partially filled disk. Then you just put it in your CD-drive and you can view them immediately. If you have Roxio with a CD-RW you may not have to finalize the disk first, and you always have the option to transfer pictures via the USB cable (same as with other digicams).