After formatting, now when I take pictures, I can see that the pictures are saved by the playback button, but when I take out the memory card and put it into my printer, which is a Epson-PictureMate 240, it gives this message" Cannot recognize the memory card, see your printer documentation." But before I formated my camera, I was using this same memory card and it worked fine in my printer. So, is my camera messed up or is it with my printer. I will tell you this, I can download my pictures on my computer and put them on a zip drive and then put it into my printer and they will appear and I can print them. Any suggestions????? Thank you for any help on this. Vanessa Arndt
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One possible reason is that your memory card is not yet formatted for camera use.
Image or recoridng will be automatically be saved in your memory card, if card is inserted. If not, it will be saved on your internal memory.
Second reason is it is in write protection.The SD/SDHC memory card has a write protect switch that prevents image files from being deleted or formatted. By sliding the switch to the bottom of the memory card, the data will be protected. By sliding the switch to the top of the memory card, the data protection will be cancelled
Before taking pictures you have to slide the switch to the top of the memory card.
Please let me know if you have any questions and if this solution was helpful.
which rules out that it is the SC card that isn\'t working Not necessarily, switching SD memory card from one camera to another without formatting isn't going to happen. If the SD card was new and not formatted in the camera that it's going to be used in then there could be a lot of different errors occurring. Also if pictures were downloaded from the memory card to the computer and the card not formatted this will cause a problem as well. If you have been deleting the pictures files then again this could be a problem the card needs to be formatted. Another IF is if you downloaded pictures from the computer to the SD card and then put it back in the camera without formatting then it's not going to acknowledge the card. If you formatted the SD card in the computer then it's not going to work or work properly in the camera. Picture files can go from the camera to the computer but not back again because the computer operating system and software is not compatible with the camera firmware. It all comes back to format the memory card in the camera you are using it in before taking pictures.
Hi, Yes, you can get deleted picture back if memory card has not been formatted and memory card has been formatted wither by camera or computer, then no chance to recover picture files. Download Pandora File Recovery, its free software, install it in computer, hook you camera with computer and run Pandora file recovery, select memory card in drive list of Pandora program and let it recover deleted files. Hope these info will help you. Thanks.
yes, it it possible to recover lost photos from digital camera, either after they are been deleted or memory card is formatted. Please follow the steps in this digital camera recovery guide that helped me last time.
There is no internal memory present in any of the Canon Cameras but you can take your Card to a data recovery expert and your photos can be retrieved 100%.
You are suggested not to use this card any more, as if over written there will be NO chances for Data Recovery.
The card probably needs to be formatted for your camera but that will erase the pictures already on the card. Far as I know each card must be formatted to the camera for which it is to be used. Use the menu button to find format. (Last icon, "wrench2", format is toward the bottom of the list. Remember you will lose the pictures already on the card, so save them first.