I have a Polaroid i737. Using the Setup menu is the key to everything, but the Setup menu icon does not appear. This causes all kinds of annoying problems, for example the camera is stuck in the German language right now, and the only way to change this is by accessing the setup menu. Another example, I can't "reset" the camera to default settings, which would seem to solve all these problems, without the Setup menu.
The camera was "Q-Mode", which causes only an abbreviated menu to appear. By taking the camera out of Q-Mode, which is done on an entirely different menu and not made clear at all in the owner's manual, the Setup menu is available. The Setup menu is the key to everything in this camera, so my advice is to not keep the camera in Q-Mode.
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The internal memory is very small, so that is normal. Make sure the switch on the card is set to unlocked. Also, if the card is over 2GB, it is not compatible with this model, you'll have to try another one. Make sure the card is inserted correctly and that it clicks into place. Verify on the camera screen by checking for a picture of a memory card just under the battery icon. If it says IN, the camera is not reading the card.
If nothing else works, backup your photos and format the card. This will erase all data on the card. You can format the card from the setup menu. (Menu > Setup [Wrench icon] > Format > Yes) Make sure not to use the card with other devices at the same time, it may leave data on the card that the camera cannot read properly.
If none of this helps, see if the camera works without any card. If it does, then the card may be defective, try another one (noting above size limitations).
I was in need of a new USB cord for my Polaroid i737 as well. This was a problem for me because thee SD card I use with my i737 is a HC card and can only be read by/through my camera. Thankfully, I managed to find one on E-bay and purchased it.
However, if you are using a non-HC SD card for your camera, I would suggest just using an SD card reader to transfer your photos from your card to your computer.