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you may have the higher capacity sd card, you will need to buy the usb dongle that supports the larger capacity chips. they are about 8 to 10 dollars US. If you have a card slot on your computer, you could try putting your SD card in there and that might work.
Hi, Are you able to upload the photos to your PC? If so, transfer them to your PC then format the memory card using your camera or PC, then download the photos back to the memory stick & insert once more into your printer.
Have you tried connecting the camera (with the memory card still inside it) to your PC? You should have a data cable that came with the camera, so instead of removing the card use your camera to download to the PC.
I dont think your printrt is made to read SD cards the only way it see the SD cards if they are in the camera and the camera lead into the USB inlet on the printer.
Connectivity USB 2.0 full-speed
PictBridge: Using the front camera port
Bluetooth: Microsoft Windows XP Home and
Image File Formats JPEG Baseline
Margins Top 0.0 mm (0.0 inch) ; Bottom 0.0 mm (0.0 inch);
Left/right 0.0 mm (0.0 inch)
Media Sizes Photo paper 10 x 15 cm (4 x 6 inch)
If it does not seat (fit) properly, why say the printer will not read SD cards? It certainly will read SD cards that are supported. You can still upload to computer and print from there as you suggested.
I encountered this issue with a Selphy CP800 and I presume the reason is the same; it seems to be a common problem. Canon tech support says that Selphy printers need exif data "just so" in order to generate screen previews. If all you do is copy your image to a flash memory device from your camera card, you may well be OK. But if you edit the images (e.g. in Photoshop) you will very likely alter the exif data so that Selphy cannot generate previews from flash media plugged into Selphy. If you are copying images back to a **camera** SD card you may also have to make sure that you don't alter the file structure already present on the card. There are undoubtedly other ways to louse up the exif data of an image so that you can't get a screen preview. Workarounds: 1) official Canon advice is to print the image directly from your computer - that's what tech support told me; 2) if you own Canon's Digital Photo Professional Software you can rebuild the exif data by using File>Convert and save>kind of file = exif-jpeg - this worked for me; 3) Graphic Converter for Mac now has a way of rebuilding exif data according to a poster on the Apple discussion boards; I could not test this out b/c my (old) version of Graphic Converter, 5.4, does not have this capability; 4) if you get a screen question mark, the image will still print - you just can't see the preview. This is only a problem if there's more than one image that generates a question mark on your flash media device because you can't see what image you're printing. So if all else fails and you have to print from flash media, you can put a single image with screwy exif data on a flash drive and be confident that you know what you're printing.
hi, you can try picasa-the free photo software by google to do all simple photo editing. after editing directly print the photo from the program(rather than transfering to sd card) as this will reduce chances of non-recognition by printer. cheers