I have a Fujifilm picture card with pictures on it, I am trying to transfer them to my computer but every time I try a window pops up saying I need to format my card. My card has already been formatted and I cannot find any other way to get my pictures on my computer without formatting my card and obviously if I do that the pictures will be erased. I have tried transferring them through the camera (with the card in the camera) and putting the card directly into my computer but either way wont work. Is there any way to save my pictures?
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Can you view the pictures via your camera? Sounds like the card is corrupt. If the camera can't see the pictures either, you're out of luck. Or you can try a card reader. Card readers cost about $20 and are easy to find.
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Some times Memory cards need to be reformated by the operating system you are using, so it will put a volume label when you format it, that way you won't get a syntax error.
When you plug in your memory card when your computer should recognize the Memory card just like a hard disk. That is when you need to re-format the memory card just like a hard disk. then try taking pictures then try transfering to your computer.
Insert your memory card into reader. Click "start"----->"my computer" then navigate to the location of your pictures. You then select the pictures you want by either click and drag or by holding "Ctrl" while clicking to selct individual pictures. Then right click and choose "copy". Close the current window. Then, click "start"----->"my computer" then click on the drive associated with you memory card reader (usually E: F: or G:). right click and choos "paste". You computer will then start the file transfer. Depending on how many picture you are trying to copy, this could take a while. When it is fisnished remove your card.
In this instance, you might want to consider either borrowing, or, purchasing and card sd reader. Some computers just don't read these cards from their built-in slots, so, using an sd card reader often fixes the problem.
If you say yes to format, then it will overwrite all your pictures. What you are running up against is the current format on the card is not the same as your operating system. Is there another way to transfer your pictures to the computer, maybe an USB cable. That way, you can get your pictures off of it and then format if you wish to match the computer. Another thing to try would be to try the card in another computer if you have access to one.
if you still have package from your phone (when you buy it new) there is a small cd driver and usb cable phone connector inside. install first the phone cd driver than connect it to your PC. If you don't have usb cable phone connector, take out the micro sd try using card reader and connect it to your pc.and you can start transfer song and picture....
The Coby DP-887 does not have built in memory so one cannot "load" pictures onto it. It is a viewer in every sense of the word. If you load pictures on a flash drive or memoory stick and plug that into the Coby DP-887 then you'll be able to view pictures or video.