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Mp3 problem songs are saved in my memory card but when i turn my camera on and try the mp3, there's no file

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  • megabulz Feb 22, 2009

    same as matey sd card has music on it but sez no file when i try n play it



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Iam solved this problem in simply way, first create one folder name as MP3 then copy mp3 songs in to the folder then play the songs...

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Can i update camera firmware through a printer dock?


Kodak does not suggest a firmware upgrade through a printer dock. Instead, they recommend using an SD card (memory card).

First:
  1. Click Download, then save the firmware file to your computer desktop.
  2. Double-click the *.exe file. When the WinZip Self-Extractor screen appears, select a folder or accept the default location, then click Unzip. The firmware file unzips to the specified folder.
  3. Note the location of the *.FW file, then close the WinZip Self-Extractor.
Instructions:
  1. If you have pictures/videos on your camera's internal memory or on the memory card, save them to your computer.
  2. Ensure that your camera batteries are fully charged.
  3. Turn off your camera.
  4. Insert the memory card into your computer or into a card reader attached to your computer.
  5. Verify that the memory card has at least 100 MB free space.
  6. On your computer, select the removable drive associated with the memory card or card reader.
  7. If a System folder does not exist on the memory card, create one. From the removable drive window, select File > New > New Folder, then name the new folder System.
  8. Copy the *.FW file from your computer into the System folder.
  9. Remove the memory card from your computer or card reader, then insert it into your camera.
  10. Turn on your camera, then follow the instructions to begin the firmware upgrade. The upgrade takes approximately two minutes to complete.
  11. When "Upgrade was successful" appears on the LCD, select Delete Upgrade File to delete the firmware file from the memory card.
  12. Turn off your camera, then turn the camera on to activate the new firmware.

Feb 07, 2014 | Kodak EasyShare P880 Digital Camera

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I have a vtech kidizoom pro camera and have tried many times to put music onto the camera but it just comes up on the camera as muisc files not found even though when the camera is attached to the computer...


I bought one for my 7 year old. install the cd that came with it first before you attach the usb lead. Open My Computer - find where the Vtech is. then open your computer folder where your music is mp3 mp4a which ever you have highlight the song then then "copy file" select your music folder in the directory where the vtech is located . I do not have an sd card in hers yet. Disconnect turn the dial to the music selector on your v tech make sure the volume is up ! I made that mistake first

Good luck hope it helps

Dec 01, 2009 | Vtech Kidizoom Digital Camera

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Says card error


format the memory card
before you do make sure that you have a copy of the files saved in the memory card

*formatting the memory card will delete all the files saved in it

go to MENU> SET UP > FORMAT

make sure that your memory card is 2GB and below

Mar 22, 2009 | Samsung S860 Digital Camera

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Card error on L100 samsung camera, help please.


copy all the pictures/files saved in your memory card to your PC then format the card, you can format the card by going to MENU > SET UP > FORMAT

make sure that you have a copy of the files in the memory card because formatting the memory card will erase all the files that are saved in it.

Mar 04, 2009 | Samsung L100 Digital Camera

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I have a SAMSUNG i70, which is under a year old and worked brilliantly as a camera. But when i put in a new memory stick for MP3 uses, and loaded music, it worked but then crashes when i change a couple...


It says it supports all mp3 versions (including VBR) but maybe you should try the digimax software (included) to convert to thr right version. Apparently there is a limit: 900 file limit, 100 folder limit and filenames are limited to 255 characters. You are not exceeding these limits are you? (would need a big memory card).
The manual http://www.samsungcamera.com/common/manual_down.asp?prj_uid=596&fg_lang=EN&fg_site=COM doesn't have any troubleshooting for mp3's though...
If it still has issues I would recommend downloading a program to check the integrity of the memory card. Maybe it is faulty.

Jul 23, 2008 | Digital Cameras

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How to get music on to the 3.0 megapixel Digital Video Camera DXG


refer to your users manual.

The DXG-305V has the ability to play MP3 files. Only song files in the MP3 file
format can be played in the MP3 function. Files on CDs are usually in the
Windows Media format (.wma) or wav format and cannot be played in their
native format; they must first be converted into MP3 files. This can be
accomplished with many types of software which are available at little or no
cost.
Once the songs are in the MP3 format, they can be transferred to the MP3 folder
in the camera’s onboard memory or onto the SD card. This can be
accomplished by one of two ways: 1.) Attach the USB cable to the camera,
select “Mass Storage” and then use your PC to find the removable hard drive
( the camera / SD card). Once located, drag and drop the MP3 files into the MP3
folder. NOTE: Two removable hard drives will be visible if the camera has an SD
card inserted. 2.) The other way is to place the SD card into a card reader,
locate the MP3 folder, and drag and drop the MP3 files into the MP3 folder. The
card can then be re-inserted into the camera.
Once the files are in the MP3 folder, they can be played by rotating the mode dial to the mp3 mode

Jan 23, 2008 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W55 Digital Camera

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Can't upload mp3's onto camera


To transfer MP3 files to Digimax i6:

- Turn off camera
- Plug USB cable to PC and camera
- Turn on camera
- On your COMPUTER screen, it will tell you select USB: Printer or Computer
- Select Computer using the arrow buttons
- Press MENU/OK
- On your COMPUTER screen, a window will pop out like
Removable Disk and it will be telling you a lot of options
- Select "Open to View Files"
- You should be seeing the DCIM folder as you select that option
- Right click on the white space where DCIM is located
- Select "New" and then "Folder"
- Rename the folder as MP3
- Open your documents containing the MP3 files that you want to transfer
to your camera
- Make sure that the format is MP3
- Select the files that you would like to transfer
- Right click on one of those and select copy
- Now, go to the MP3 folder that you've just created
- Open the MP3 folder
- Right click on the white space of the MP3 folder
- Select PASTE
- All MP3 files will be copied to your camera

Note: It depends on the file size of your MP3 if it could still
be accomodated inside your memory card

To safely unplug your camera:
- Look for the green arrow icon on the lower right corner
of your computer
- Right click on that and select "Safely Remove Hardware"
- Just select your memory card in there that is pertaining
to your camera and select stop
- Once, you've seen the message "You could now safely remove the camera",
then you could now turn off your camera and unplug it so as to prevent any problems

On your camera:
- Turn it on
- Press the M button
- Scroll to the right until you see MODE menu tab
- Use the down button to select Still/Movie/PMP
- Press MENU button (all will disappear)

Now,
- Press the M button
- Select Resume
- Make sure to be on MP3 mode
- Select the desired files and those will play

If it still does not work, call the Manufacturer.

Jan 16, 2008 | Samsung NV3 Digital Camera

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Can't upload mp3's onto camera


To transfer MP3 files to Digimax i6:

- Turn off camera
- Plug USB cable to PC and camera
- Turn on camera
- On your COMPUTER screen, it will tell you select USB: Printer or Computer
- Select Computer using the arrow buttons
- Press MENU/OK
- On your COMPUTER screen, a window will pop out like
Removable Disk and it will be telling you a lot of options
- Select "Open to View Files"
- You should be seeing the DCIM folder as you select that option
- Right click on the white space where DCIM is located
- Select "New" and then "Folder"
- Rename the folder as MP3
- Open your documents containing the MP3 files that you want to transfer
to your camera
- Make sure that the format is MP3
- Select the files that you would like to transfer
- Right click on one of those and select copy
- Now, go to the MP3 folder that you've just created
- Open the MP3 folder
- Right click on the white space of the MP3 folder
- Select PASTE
- All MP3 files will be copied to your camera

Note: It depends on the file size of your MP3 if it could still
be accomodated inside your memory card

To safely unplug your camera:
- Look for the green arrow icon on the lower right corner
of your computer
- Right click on that and select "Safely Remove Hardware"
- Just select your memory card in there that is pertaining
to your camera and select stop
- Once, you've seen the message "You could now safely remove the camera",
then you could now turn off your camera and unplug it so as to prevent any problems

On your camera:
- Turn it on
- Press the M button
- Scroll to the right until you see MODE menu tab
- Use the down button to select Still/Movie/PMP
- Press MENU button (all will disappear)

Now,
- Press the M button
- Select Resume
- Make sure to be on MP3 mode
- Select the desired files and those will play

If it still does not work, call the Manufacturer.

Jun 23, 2007 | Samsung Digimax i6 PMP Digital Camera

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Mp3 problems


create a directory called MP3 and add your mp3's under it. It should already have a DCIM directory there for the images.

Jun 23, 2007 | Samsung NV3 Digital Camera

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Mp3


make sure they are mp3 format and that you are putting them in the mp3 folder and that you are putting them on the card's drive, not the built in memory drive. To find out which is the card drive, take a picture with the card in, and which ever drive has that picture is the same drive you need to put the mp3's in.

Dec 29, 2006 | DXG Technology DXG-305V Digital Camera

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