Question about Polaroid I Cameras
I have a microSD memory card in my Polaroid iD1660 but it won't accept the card - it keeps telling me to "Please Plug Out Card" - is it the wrong kind of card?
You dont say what size or type of card you have there? did you previously use the card elsewhere? format the card on a PC using SDFORMATTER (google it) hope that sorts.
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
Testimonial: "Sorry - forgot to put the size in. It was 64GB - an SDXC."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I agree with t00nz. I have purchased quite a few things from this website
There is a 4 GB SD card available. Anyway just to let you know I have the canon PowerShot a640 - I have used a 4GB MINI sd card with the adapter & a Micro SD card (8GB) no SDHC, and they work dont know why but hey cant complain right!
Good luck to ya!
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
Unfortunately, this camera will only accept up to a maximum of 1GB for a memory card.
So you will need to use a smaller memory card.
It's not in the documentation, but it should be.
Posted on May 04, 2009
That all depends on whether or not the camera slot is big enough. It also depends if the card is the correct size. The card should work if it fits inside the camera.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
If your using a camera that is older with a newer card over 2 GB you cannot use the FAT file system on the card. 2 GB is about your limit if this is the case. If your camera has the SDHC logo on it you can use a card larger then 2 GB, otherwise not. If this is where your problem is consider purchasing a smaller card. to check if your card is in FAT or NTFS you can insert it in the computer " granted your computer can read SDHC " right click on the card and check the properties. If your camera only says SD on the logo then you may have issues using a card over 2 GB. If this is not the case you might actually have a bad card, try a FAT formatt in the computer and if that fails you might need to purchase a card without defects, though defective cards are extreamely rare.
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
Do you have pics on the internal memory? You must format the internal memory with no card in the camera. Then, format the card.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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