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My digital camera seems to have lost my holiday photos. The memory card is inserted but I get a message saying no file.

I had tried to import onto the computer earlier but this was unsuccessful so I opened the camera while it was still plugged into the computer. Could this have erased my file ?

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Active your foto again with the help of recevory software do this.

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SOURCE: File Error report on a W80 camera....

If you bought your memory card on eBay, there is a good chance that is the problem, as i had that issue myself....after dealing with the seller and getting my money back, i went and bought a sony 4GB card from Circuit City, worked fine for a while, and then got the same error. I have a feeling it has something to do with the camera's software. I havent tried the battery trick yet but its next on the list

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SOURCE: No CF card

The camera body has a tiny switch marked "CF" in one position and Sony's "memory stick" symbol in the other. Apparently I accidentally reset the switch from "memory stick" to "CF" while slipping the camera body into (or out of) its carrying-case. Once I had set this switch from "CF" back to the "memory stick" position, everything worked fine. Solution:  read the user's manual more carefully next time!!

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SOURCE: I downloaded card onto computer. Took the memory card out of the

Do you have the latest firmware?

Download it here:
http://www.sonydigital-link.com/DIME/digistill/Alpha/firmware/firmware.asp?l=en

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SOURCE: i cannot download photos from my sony cyershot

Hi Jacki:

Please unplug your camera from PC.
2- Go to ADD/REMOVE software and remove all software you installed related to your Sony Cyber-Shot.
3- Use the CD which came with your camera and install the drivers for your camera.
4- Connect your Camera to your PC.
5- Turn on the camera, The drivers for your camera would be installed automatically.

After it is finished installing, you would be able to download, delete or view your stored pictures on your PC.
If you had more questions, please email me

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Good Luck!!!!!!!!

Posted on Jun 11, 2009

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SOURCE: I purchased a Sony cybershot DSC- S930 and

Hello,
The camera does not recognize the card because

1. Card not compatible
2. Camera cannot handle such a large capacity.
3.Card not inserted correctly.
Maybe a recent firmware update can address the 2nd limitation.

Hope it helps.

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