Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W55 Digital Camera
Hi! I have a sony cybershot. I just uploaded photos into my mac laptop, and I deleted the photos in my camera using my computer. Now, when I use my camera, the number of pictures remaining is the same. Even if I have no photos in my camera, the number of pictures remaining is 38 out of 101. Please help! How do I get my space back??? Nikole
Format the memory stick using the camera's "Format" command. You should NEVER use the computer to delete your pictures.
Posted on Jul 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had the same problem, you have to change your setting when taken pic from 3.1 (which makes most pics over 1 mb) to VGA (you should be able to take approx 250 pics then on a 16 mb cam
Posted on May 16, 2007
SOURCE: photo upload
Hey little rosie,
If you don't have a cord you are definitely missing a cord. With the camera there should have been a cd with the necessary software to upload your pictures, and there should have been a cord to connect your camera to a USB port on your computer. Another option you have is to get a card reader from a retail store, and use the card reader to upload your images to your computer. Make sure the card reader you get is compatible with Memory Stick memory cards, and make sure you have the cameras' software installed on your computer prior to uploading your images. I hope this helps!
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Posted on May 22, 2008
If you can, you can do a google search for a program called FILE SCAVENGER. It will recover deleted files. I'm sure you can search for an undelete program that will work just as well for free but I do know File scavenger does work, I've used it myself.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
SOURCE: I thought I uploaded my
It happens to everyone. You delete a picture or accidentally format a memory card that should not have been deleted/formatted. Luckily there is a way to recover you data if you have not used the drive since losing the data.
To start , download Disc digger from the following link :
This program is free-ware but donations to the developer are encouraged to help maintain and improve the program.
After the program has finished downloading , simply unzip it and run it (no installation). If you do not have a program to unzip it , CLICK HERE to download winrar.
Make sure that your memory card is connected to your computer either via the camera or preferably via a external card reading unit.
Now , select your memory card from the list when you open the program and then click next.
Now , for accidentally deleted files , select "dig deep"
For a formatted card/drive select "dig deeper"
Now select the file types you would like to recover on the next page and then select next.
The program will now start searching for viable files of the type you selected.
Files that are found are displayed on the left of the window. Once the scan completes , select all the files found and click the save pictures button.
Now select a file other than the memory card to save the recovered files and select OK.
The files will now be written to your hard drive and can be viewed on the location chosen. Unfortunately all meta data and names of files are lost because of the format , but at least the picture can be recovered which is the important part anyway.
If you restored a file which was accidentally deleted , the file name and meta data will be restored.
Please feel free to let me know if you need any further assistance.
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
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