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Computer won't read memory stick

Pictures are there as we can view them on the camera, but when trying to load them onto the computer, it acts as if there's no disk in the computer. Computer keeps saying to insert disk into drive. This is a new problem as we were able to load some just last week.

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  • scmg Jan 22, 2009

    i can see the pictures on the camera that are on the memory card.the card is a sandisk memory stick pro duo 2gb.but the computer doesn't read it.the hour glass flickers on the cursor once but then goes away.



    am i inserting it in the right slot in my modem?

  • dave144454 Feb 22, 2009

    i insert the stick into the drive but the computer doesnt acknowledge there is a disk inside.

  • Anonymous Apr 16, 2009

    I have 1GB M2 card and when I am trying to read it on the my Hama card reader it reacts strange. First the XP opens it but when I am opening the DCIM folder I cannot get the pics preview as well as to open them. Cannot copy the pics as well.

  • buckerz Apr 26, 2009

    I can see the photos on the camera, but when I plug the camera directly to the
    PC, OR when I insert the 2GB SanDisk directly into the PC,

    I cant preview the photos nor open them.





    It says the reason is cuz the photos aren't correct bitmap photos and should be changed...
    I'm quite computer literate, but I discussed this with an EXTREMLY comp litrate friend::
    So, I went to Tool, folder option, view, and changed the hide extensions, and changed the .jpg to .bmp. We've tried opening the photos through every means and explored all possible options.
    and failed epically.
    He said he thinks its a freak error.
    Which is probably true because there'ra only 'bout 3ish people here with the same problem.

    Its a double problem, because there are some photos that are perfectly fine.. apart from cant delete them.
    Well, I can... but they re-apear.



    Only Solution:
    Go to the kodak machine/camera machine, print off the photos.
    Use a scanner if needing to digitalise the image to PC.

    throw away the SanDisk Memorblah
    buy a new un-fucked SanDisk 2GB


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SCMG - You won't be inserting it into your modem. But if the card fits snuggly and it seems to fit right, then you're probably where you need to be.

For all of you - it may be easier to connect the camera directly to the computer to download the pictures. All cameras come with the appropriate cable to connect the camera to a USB port. All you need to do is make the connection and then put the camera into "review" mode to view the pictures and Windows should automatically see the camera and ask if you want to download the pictures off of it.

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SOURCE: my memory stick is protected

On the memory stick there should be a little white slide tab. You move it up or down can't remember which way to protect your pics or unprotect your pics. The tab is on the side of the memory (usually) Hope this helps

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