Could someone please help me !!, my fuji camera for some reason has saved photos to internal memory and I can't get them to down load to my computer and then I would like to delete them form the internal memory. I thought if I took out the SD card it would down load, But still it would not oden load the internal memory. Does anyone have any ideas.??
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Just had to do this on my mom's Nikkon last night. The easiest way to get the pictures off both the internal memory and the memory card is to connect your camera to your computer. Use Windows Explorer or Computer to locate your camera, and double-click on your camera's icon to open it up.
If you have both internal memory and a memory card installed, it should show the size and available space for each memory type. Double-click on one of those memory types and you will see a folder called DCIM. Open the DCIM folder and you will see all the photos you've taken. Select them, then copy them to the folder on your computer where you want them. Go back and open the other memory type, and do the same thing.
Once the pictures from both memory types have been copied over, you can delete them.
Sorry, I can't help with how to set your camera to use the memory card first; there should be a setting in your camera's menu that lets you choose where to store your photos. On my mom's camera she had the option of "Auto" or "Internal Memory" - not exactly clear, but the "Auto" option was the one that let her use the memory card for storage.
Having pics on both the internal memory and a memory card is asking for trouble. Take out the card and download the internal memory to your computer. Then, go into the menu and find "format" and erase the internal memory. Then, download all the pics from the memory card using a separate card reader. Then, insert the card into the camera and do the format thing again to erase and optimize the card. Now you have a fresh start...never use the internal memory again.
The message "images recorded to internal memory'' is just a warning, that there is no memory card in the camera. It doen't necessarily mean that there are any images saved in the internal memory.
The message should rather have been "images will be recorded to the internal memory"
Here are a couple of things that might be wrong. Your camera comes with what is called "internal memory" This is where your pictures will be stored if you don't have a XD card. One of the reasons your camera might be blinking is because that internal memory is full. If you don't have a XD card inserted in the slot that may be your problem. I would get your manual out and look up on how to transfer your photos from your camera to your computer or how to deleat them. I found this information on page 25 of the user manual for your camera. Page 31 shows how to erase the images. Hope this helps.
If you take the memory card out of the camera, you can go to playback and see exactly what's on the internal memory. If you see the images you are searching for, re-install the memory card and go to playback, again. You won't be able to see the internal memory any more. Press the menu button and go to the copy function. You will have the option to save images from the internal memory, to the card, and vice-versa. Save them from internal to card memory and you should have all the images saved from your camera to the card, for easier access to them.