What to do, I forgot to put memory card in HP R707?
The images are on the camera's internal memory. Can I put the memory card back in the camera and will the pics transfer on? I have a new laptop and no longer have the original HP software on. I just put the memory card in the computer to transfer images, so that is why I need to find out how to get the images on the memory card.
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Re: What to do, I forgot to put memory card in HP R707?
Do you want the pictures transferred to your memory card? that depends on the option available on the camera, try inserting the memory card. select a picture then check options if you can move it to a memory card. if not, download it to a computer and transfer it to the memory card folder.
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Sounds like you're connecting things like your camera or your card in a card reader and just yanking them out of your computer without using the "safely remove hardware" icon at the bottom right of your computer screen.
Put the camera in the freezer for a couple of minutes. If you manage to remove the battery and memory card, wait for couple of hours so the condensation evaporates. After that you will need to clean the contacts for battery and memory card.
To transfer the photos, connect directly SD card to your PC through a card reader.
Try to reset your HP R707 camera: remove the battery and press the reset switch for about 5 seconds. Reinsert the battery.
This has happened to my wife's camera twice now. The solution (I think this is the fix) is to take the card out of the camera and then turn it back on without the card in the camera. Doing this will access the camera's internal memory and at this point you should delete any/all/some of the pictures that you find. After deleting some pics from the camera then take a picture. Now turn the camera off and replace the card. Power on the camera and either format the card or just start taking pictures again. I formatted the this last time since I had already moved the pictures to the P.C. and saved them. Give this a try. It's worked for me and it's free.
I've just spent 30 minutes on the phone (premium rate) to HP re this problem. The solution was as follows:
switch the camera off
take the battery and any memory cards out
press the end of a paperclip into a small hole (which you can see with the battery compartment open)
remove the paperclip after 10 seconds
put the battery and memory card back in and the problem should be sorted.
HP also suggest upgrading the camera firmware (which you can do via their website)