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Cannot open sony memory stick in my computer (windows xp)

I had no problems before. Just double click sony and it opens i can easily copy photos to my computer. now... I click on sony and a small dialogue box opens and its says Windows Script Host with a big red x can not find script file "F:\auto.vbs". can you help me?

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How to download to memory stickfrom computer?


You could try inserting stick into USB port on side of computer and see if anything pops up to give you any options. Just an idea.

Nov 26, 2015 | Digital Cameras

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I want to download all my photoes on my computer to costco photos center and make several calendar,how can I download all these photos?


Get an USB memory stick, plug it into the USB port on your computer.
This USB memory stick will display as a disk drive, open this USB drive, then open the folder on your computer where the photos are stores, select the photos you want to print and copy them to the USB drive.
Click on the Safely Remove Hardware icon on the task bar and select the USB memory stick then remove the USB memory stick when advised.
You can then take this USB memory stick to Costco Photo Center to print these photos on several calanders.

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How do I download my pictures from my Sony camera to the computer?


Here is one instructional video tutorial from Sony Support; also could try this procedure:
- Take off your memory stick from your camera and insert it into your memory stick adapter. Open your camera's battery case and gently push the memory stick until you hear a faint "click," then remove it from the camera. Place the memory stick inside the adapter that comes with your camera.
- Insert the adapter into your computer's memory card reader, if you have one. The adapter, which is larger than the memory stick itself, is approximately the same size as an ordinary SD memory card.
- Connect your Sony digital camera to your computer using its USB cable if you can't find or don't have a memory stick adapter. Insert the small end of the USB cable into the camera. Insert the wider, flatter end into one of your computer's USB ports.
- Click "Open Device to View Files" to open your memory stick or camera. Search for the DCIM folder and click on it. Navigate through any photo subdirectories you've created and highlight photos you want to transfer to your computer. Right-click anywhere in a given folder, then click "Copy." Go to the location where you want to store your images, then right-click within that folder. Click "Paste" to transfer your images.

Hope this helps (remember to rate and comment this answer).

Jul 03, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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Hi, i have a sandisk memory stick pro duo 512mb magic gate from my old phone (sony ericson) which i nolonger have how do i get my photos off memory stick?


hi there. 1. just plug in your memory stick to a computer. then a pop up like this will appear jen_syngkit.jpge

2. Click the OPEN FOLDER TO VIEW FILES
3. on the next screen you will see this.... usually photos are stored in the IMAGES folder. jen_syngkit_2.jpg

4. click the IMAGES folder the next screen will show your photo list. So you can just click and drag the photos that you want to copy to your computer.
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Hope my solution helped you.
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Jul 03, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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Need to upload pics from sony dsc-s730 to computer?


Hi there! When you are looking at the back of your camera, on the bottom right side of it there is a little flap that you can lift open to reveal the USB port. You will need the proper USB cord to connect your camera to the computer--it should have come with this cord. The camera must be powered ON when you connect it to the computer. Windows should then automatically give you a popup asking what you want to do. Choose the Open Folder option, as shown below.
memime_0.jpg

You will then see a window with all of your picture files. Copy them all by pressing Ctrl+A and then Ctrl+C. Then open the folder on your computer where you want to save them (such as My Pictures) and press Ctrl+V to paste them.

The other option you have is to purchase a card reader that is compatible with a Sony Memory Stick Duo (which is about half the size of a Memory Stick). Here is a good option:
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/642846-REG/Sony_MRW68E_D1_181_Memory_Stick_Duo_.html

With this device, simply insert your card into the reader, then insert the reader into the USB port of your computer. You will get the same Windows popup as shown above, and you can follow the same steps to copy your photos onto your computer.

I hope this helps!

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How to transfer pictures from computer to camera memory card?


Below is how to transfer your photos incomputer to a memory stick in Windows XP operating system 1. Insert the memory stick into a compatiblememory stick reader. Plug the memory stick reader, with the memory stickinserted into it, into the computer's USB port. 2. After a moment, a screen thatsays "Removable Disk" will pop up and prompt you to take an action.Click on "Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer." Thiswill open the folders on the memory stick. Select and open the folder whereyour photos are stored. 3. With the memory stick folderand the photo folder open simultaneously, use the mouse to click-and-drag thephotos to the memory stick folder. 4. Close all folders and removethe memory stick reader from the USB port. 5. To ensure that your photos havebeen transferred, plug the memory stick back into the USB port. When the"Removable Disk" screen pops up, select "Open folder to viewfiles using Windows Explorer." Once you see the photos on the memory stickfolder, you can close the folder and remove the memory stick reader from theUSB port.

Jan 08, 2011 | Fuji FinePix J10 Digital Camera

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My camera shows Mass Storage.What do I do to print individual photos to my computor


I take it your camera shows as a mass storage device when you click onto my computer.

1) Double click on your C: drive, when its open RMB single click on the back ground. A box will pop up and offer several options, select NEW the FOLDER.
This will put a folder on your C: drive. With the title new folder highligted in blue, just type the word Photos and hit return. This should rename the new folder to photos.

2) Double LMB click on your photos folder, this should open it up, click on the double square icon in the top right hand corner of the window to reduce its size. Then click on the blue title bar of the window and move it to the right hand side of your screen.

3) Double LMB click on you mass storage device folder. It should open, you may see one or probably 2 folders inside. One is your camera memory, the other is the memory card. One at a time, double click on the a folder, when it opens, are there any files inside ?

If not, just arrow back (Top left hand side of window) and open the next folder. Here there should be your photographs.

Once found got to the menu bar select Edit - Select all. Then back on the menu bar select Copy.

Move your curser to the Photos folder you just created and from the menu bar select File - Paste.

This should copy over all your photos. Once completed to you satisfaction, go back to your camera (MASS STORAGE) and edit - select all then file - delete.

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How do i transfer digital photos from a picture cd to a memory stick?


Hello.If your using windows xp just put the cd in the drive and plug the memory stick in. Click My Computer and look at removeable devices.Right click the CD drive and then Open.You should see the pictures or information about them.Go to Edit at the top right corner of the screen click it and then click "select all". Click Edit again and click "copy to folder".In the next box look for your memory stick it will be Removeable Drive E: or F: or some other letter near that.Click it to highlite it and click copy at the bottom of the box. When you remove your memory always click safely remove hardware icon by the clock on your desktop. Other versions of windows are similar in process.
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Is there a way to transfer photos saved in internal memory to the memory card?


Hi,

Try by removing the memory stick and then attaching the camera to computer with USB cable. Switch on camera. It should open up a dialogue box in Windows XP (or similar OS). Select 'open folder to view file' or open Windows Explorer and open camera folder (probably displayed as new drive E: or like that in My Computer) . You may also check whether there is an option of selecting "camera as mass storage device" in settings menu of camera. If yes then select this before connecting. If you have no means of attaching the camera to the computer, place an empty memory stick into the camera. In review mode, a message indicates there is no data, but there is in the internal memory. While still in review mode, press the menu button and go the the "Setup" section, the last option. Now, scroll down to the "Memory Stick Tool" section. From there, highlight the "Copy" choice at the bottom, and select the OK option to proceed. You will get a message: "All data in internal memory will be copied." Press OK, and it will copy everything in the internal memory to your memory stick. Then, when you have plugged the memory stick into your computer, you will find a new folder entitled Copy. All your photos from the internal memory of the camera will be in there.

Thanks.

Aug 07, 2009 | Fuji FinePix Z10fd Digital Camera

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Sony cyber-shot dsc-h2


hi,

Its simple..
After connecting USB to the laptop, a window will appear.
In that window, "select files to open".
It will open the DCIM.click and open the DCIM folder you wil find 101MSDCF folder.(for e.g.F:\DCIM\101MSDCF)
Select and delete all photos.

I did the same and i was able to get back memory.
I dont know whether its standard way of deleting photos from memory stick. Any support guys from sony camera can comment on it....

thanks



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