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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try an sd card from another source. the format function of the camera should be used to prepare the sd card for the camera before you take pics with it. this may be a format issue with nintendo. format will erase all images on card, so save them first somewhere else.
Use the Copy command in the Playback menu.Press the Playback button (right-pointing triangle) to enter the Playback mode, then press the MENU button. Select the "Copy" command and press the OK button.Full details are in the "Copy" subsection of the "Playback Options" section of the manual (page 110 in my copy). If you need a manual, you may download one here.
Make sure the picture you can't remove isn't locked. When you're in review press menu and make sure that photo isn't set to locked (if so unlock and you should be able to delete it).
If that doesn't help, make sure you copy off all the images on the card you want, as the following instructions are intended to clear the entire card.
After you transfer all the images you want, you'll want to format the memory card. This can be done one of two ways. If you have the appropriate card reader on your PC, you can insert the card, find it in my computer. Then right click it and select format.
The easier way is to use your camera's format feature. I don't have that specific model, but it can usually either be found in menu, or by pressing the picture review button and then menu. Formatting the card should erase all the data on it and clear off the picture you don't want.
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Insert a memory card and format it if necessary. Press the playback button (right-pointing triangle). Press MENU. Select "Copy". Select camera to card. Select "All".
This procedure will copy pictures from the camera's internal memory to the memory card. It leaves the pictures in the internal memory -- you can delete them by removing the card and then selecting "Memory Format" from the Setup menu.
Set camera on playback mode, you will see any saved picture in internal memory. Insert memory card and lcd screen will show you either blue screen if memory card has no picture files or will show you picture in memory card. That means memory card is intact with camera and ready to store fresh picture. Set camera to camera mode and take few fresh pictures and check them in playback mode. Let me know if you have additional question. Thanks.
You need to remove the memory card from the camcorder and place it into a pc or photo shops computer. This will allow you to view the saved items on the memory card. You can then save these to disc and delete the contents on the card.
in the end it was my memory card which suddenly went faulty.after formatting it, (see above added comment) it worked for some pictures then i switched to playback and this time it said memory card error and shut down. well if it would have said this in the first place would have saved a lot of trouble i almost threw the thing away.(the camera) so i puts a new card inside and its working like new, all the playback i can handle. goes to show its not always as bad as it looks with a little patience.....merci