Re: Fuji Fine Pix F10 camera says ''card full'' when it...
If you plug your camera into your computer again and click Start > My Computer. Your camera should be listed under the devices there.
Double click to view what is inside your camera. You will have to browse to a folder in your camera with a name like DCIM (I can not be exact here since it can vary.)
Select and delete all the images you find on the device.
The problem here is that when you downloaded the photographs from the camera to the computer, you did not check the option to remove the downloaded photographs from the camera, freeing up the space for more new photographs.
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There is software you can purchase in an attempt to retrieve your photo's go to www.ebay.com Type: picture recovery a list of sellers will pop up to give choices, also check www.download.com and type same notation.
Three cheers for your computer. If you were able to delete photos and arrange the content on the card while it was in your computer, your card would no longer work when you put it back into the camera.
you will need to update the drives. They are free to download. Many websites including Fuji, have them available. Just click, download, then double-click the file to install onto pc. Then restart pc, turn on camera, then connect it and you'll be fine.
First make sure that the camera is able to recognise the card and is not defaulting to the internal memory only. Power off the Camera, then remove the additional card. Power on the camera, then power off the camera. Put the memory card back in the camera and then reformat it before using it. Fuji and other digital cameras do not like being used with memory expansions if they are not reformatted every time the pictures have filled the memory card or you choose to download them. Its like the memory is still allocated to something even though you cant see it. So a good practice is to reformat after every download. If the problem persists then try another card and if this still gives an error then you will have to get the camera serviced.
You dont need the disc to download to computer.Take the card from the camera and put it into the card reader on your computer if one is fitted, if not you need one that goes into a USB slot
When the card is inserted into the reader a box will open on the screen with several options as to view images or download them.
I would also download Picasa 3 which puts your photos in date order and also has photo editing. This is a free download and is part of google.
Sounds like you have corrupted or possibly deleted a Fine Pix Viewer driver software file.
Suggest you uninstall and reinstall Fine Pix Viewer.
Before you start you might want to create a backup folder on your C drive and put copies of all your photo files therein. Make sure your camera is not connected to your PC before reinstalling software.
Assuming Windows operating system click : Start, Settings, Control Panel, Add or Remove Software, then scroll to Fine Pix applications. You will probably have three to choose from. Since you don't know where the problem lies suggest you start with Fine Pix Viewer which will probably have a version such as 5.5 (in my computer anyway). Having highlighted this file click on the uninstall button.
Now reinstall from your Fine Pix CD.
Suggest you reboot so new software will recognise your camera when it is connected. With camera connected Windows will probably advise that there is new hardware and it is seeking software. Give it time and Viewer should boot up on your screen.