I have a sandisk memory card 1gb on this card it is several pictures i can see it clearly when it is on my camera without problems and also i can take more pictures but when i want to see it on pc it is not possible !! and can not developed it any solutions to copy these pictures ?? thanks in advance for your help serge
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Sometimes it happens that your slot doesn't work you can use a another option like Olympus LS-10 digital recorder as a card reader for accessing the data. Insert the SD card in your LS-10 digital recorder then connect the recorder to the computer with a USB cord then it will show you two options for the onboard storage inherent and one for the SD-Card. Select first photoshop elements to read the card and then Windows Live photo Gallery to view and copy your photos. If the Information helped you out then please give me some ratings. Thanks
The memory card goes in under the same cover as the battery, on the bottom of the camera. See the illustrations in the "Inserting the battery pack/a memory card (sold separately)" section of the manual. If you need a manual, you may download it and more here. The camera doesn't come with a memory card, since neither Sony nor anyone else can know what size and speed you want.
This question is posted in the digital camera section and I think we are taking about a BlackBerry Phone. If it a phone you are attempting to you that wicked high tech SDHC class 4 memory card in I believe that's the problem. Your phone just doesn't have the software to support that massive card.
It's the phone programing not compatible with the SDHC card. Another thing also is you need to format a memory card in the camera/device you are going to us it in. Formatting the memory card in the computer and then putting it in the camera/device will just cause an eternity of errors.
Did you go into camera options on you BB and make you switched from the BB internal memory to media card?
other then that I'd say the card is beyond the capabilities of the BB
The problem is with the card, it may have been locked here is a diagram to show you the slide switch Image here
Also each time you use the memory card it should be formatted, Format all new memory card to the camera it will be used in and each time you download the pictures to a computer format the memory card to provide a clean medium for additional picture files
On the side of the SDHC memory card is a sliding lock I have a diagram to show where this is and which direction to push the slider. Here is the diagram. Picture here Also to make the SDHC work compatible with your camera you need to format the memory card. Each time you download the picture files the memory card needs to be formatted, never format in the computer and expect the card to work in the camera.
First, you need to state the specific camera model, and also try to read the user's manual regarding on how to format your SDHC card properly. But most of the time it is simply done by inserting your SDHC card into your digital camera, switch it on. Go to the main menu then go to settings, and browse/scroll it until you find the option 'FORMAT MEMORY CARD'. Press okay and it will automatically format your SDHC memory card.
The photos must have come in as attachments or compressed in the mail. Click on it to save to a specified folder, maybe you document folder. Now connect the sandisk memory stick to the PC and right Click on the photo. Youget option to copy or to send it to the memory stick . copy the photo and open the memory card to paste the photos to the required folder inside.
Do these steps in the same order.