I have just tried to take a pic & it keeps coming up 'No file in this folder' I havent a clue what this means & have been taking pics with this camera for ages. Downloaded some pics the other day & did all the usual...I hope.
Just recharged the batteries so they are fine.
Oh just thought I better add Im very thick about these things so answer must be easy to understand...lol.
Boy do I feel like a 'doofus.' When I replaced my memory stick and it read "no file in this folder"
it simply meant that I hadn't taken a picture yet. As soon as I did, the message disappeared!
Hope this works for the rest of you camera buffs!
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The camera will create that folder on a memory card when you use it. Do you mean you can't find that file on the card or when you plug in the camera with no card in it? If it isn't on the card, in the menu options of the camera you can format the card and the internal camera memory, save your pictures first of course. Formatting the internal memory of the camera and taking a picture should restore the DCIM folder. And make sure the SD card is unlocked, there is a little slide switch on the side of it.
FORMATTING WILL ERASE EVERYTHING SAVE YOUR PICS FIRST!
If you cannot find the DCIM folder you may still have pics stuck on the card and/or camera, look into file recovery before you format anything.
Hi, you unhide the hidden files in the Computer. Please open the folder containing images of the Digital Camera and click on Tools>Folder Options> View tab> Show Hidden files, folders and Drives option. This will show the hidden files in the Memory Card of the Digital Camera.
View this screenshot for detail information of the procedure:
It's very difficult to follow exactly what you did. The easiest solution may be to use a card reader to download your pictures to a folder you create on your desktop. Next time, don't overload your card.
Hi, It is possible that folder having picture files got Hidden status for some reason. Click My Computer >> Tools >> Folder Options (folder options window opens) >> Click View Tab >> click Show hidden files and folder option >> OK Now go to Removable Disk (camera memory) and right click on Folder >> Properties >> uncheck Hidden >> OK Now you can copy picture files from camera to computer.
Hi there. This is a common problem with pictures not uploading to ebay, this is because the file size could be too large. Copy the pics to the PC and open them using Microsoft Office picture manager, click on edit picture, and then resize, choose predefined width x height and select web -small then save the edited pic and try to upload to Ebay again.
Its plug n play camera and Windows already has required driver. Plug usb cable in camera and computer and got to My Computer, click Removable Disk and check folder for picture files, copy them and past on selected place in Computer.
I would first transfer the pictures to your pc [my pictures]. keep the camera plugged in and open my computer look for the drive that says removeable drive or sony, whatever it might be titled. open the drive up and you will see the folder with the data from your memory stick. copy the pics in my pictures and paste them in that folder.That should do the job for you. The easiest method though is by using a card reader. same steps as above just easier to identify the folders. let me know how it works for you.