I had the files on my computer and deleted them. So now I have the mino HD off the computer and it says that I have zero time left to record but I cannot delete any files off of it because there are none on there.
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Re: Zero space to record but no files on camera
Connect the Camera to the Computer..........
Go to My Computer> Right click on the Removable Disk and click on Format and click on Start.....
Now you can start taking Pictures and Videos............
I dont think u will have a problem....
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How are you trying the upload? Is your camera connected via USB or are you using a card reader? What program(s) are you using? You should be able to do the upload by using a card reader and the operating system's file explorer to copy the file.
I found out that my GoPro was saving data on the card that was not in any file. If you have lost data, when the camera runs for a while and the PIC file shows zero K, then when you delete the file, the random data stays. I got the first few minutes of a couple of sessions, then the camera shut down. Put your card in a card reader on the computer and right-click and check the card for usable space. You might find that it's full of random data not assigned to any file. Then you have to reformat the card to clear it. Just deleting any PIC files so it says 'no files found' doesn't mean the card is cleared.
If the card has space, you have some other problem, sorry. But I regularly reformat the cards just to make sure they are clear after deleting files. The GoPro doesn't care, it just thinks it's a new card and inserts it's file routine.
seems problem with hard disk that need to be formatted, please make
sure you have copied/ transferred recorded files in computer or format
HD will delete every thing on HD. Press Menu button on lcd screen and
select settings then select HD and select Format, it will take little
time to format hard disk. Now you can record in camcorder. Hope this will help. Thanks.
Same thing happend to me when i baught it brand new, just follow wat i say step by step, look at the bottom of your flip and there is a tripod hole and in that hole is an even smaller hole, take a papper clip and unbend it to make it straight,(thats what she said) then stick it in the small hole until you hear a click like a little button cause there is one in there, just hold it down for 5-8 seconds and do it again for 5-8 seconds then plug it in to ur computer, let it charge and you will be video tapin stuff in no time :)
My flip mino hd USB also will not plug into my MacBook Pro. I've tried it on 3 different machines and it will only fit into one port, and not at all easy into that port. When I look at the USB connector on the device, there appears to be slight raised plastic ridged on the outside ends of the connector.
I had the same problem when it was brand new straight out of the box. Below is Pure Digital's (manufacturer of the Mino HD) response. This did solved my problem.
"Please ensure that you are gently touching the operational buttons on the camcorder rather than pressing them. Pressing too hard, or too rapidly in succession while waiting for a response, can desensitize the touch pad, requiring a reset of the camcorder.
If you find that the Mino has already frozen, we suggest resetting the camcorder.
To reset, simply take a pin and insert it into the reset hole within the camera’s tripod mount, wait five seconds before powering on, and then power on without touching any of the buttons on the back of the camcorder for an additional five seconds.
Please note that resetting the camcorder in this manner will not affect the videos resident on the camcorder; it will simply reset the screen and button sensitivity on the Mino.
Thank you, Flip Video Support"
I hope this helps.
BTW my Mino HD has frozen twice now (I've had it for 2 hours total so far!) and the reset trick has fixed it both times. It seems to me the buttons are too sensitive or the computer program not the most stable. I hope this is the last of the problems!