Question about HP Photosmart R927 Digital Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Take the card out of the camera, and on the card (I believe its an SD card) there should be a sliding tab on one side of the card. This tab will lock the card (much like a floppy disk or a VHS tape) and prevent it from being wrote too. Slide the tab opposite of the direction it is facing and you should be able to use the camera again as normal.
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
ok ...see that into the side of the card( if its a SD) has a slide like button with 2 positions ...one of them is the unlocked one ...after that either format it into the camera if it has that feature...or just connect it to the computer and it will be found somewhere into the My computer as a removable drive ....just right click and format in Fat 32...this is the actual storage format fit for this cards..
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
First I'd try turning the flash off, a manual option on nearly all camera's. Take a couple of photo's without flash, and turn the camera off and on a couple of times then turn the flash back on to auto.
If that doesn't resolve the problem, I suggest going to the HP website, follow links to support and/or downloads and see if there's a firmware upgrade for your camera.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
No, it won't work unless HP provides a firmware update. Hp has two websites that mention what type of sd cards are compatible with your camera. One says it is and the other says it isn't. I have a HP R967, which is similar to yours. I bought an HP sdhc card from a HP website that said both our cameras could use it. I own several of this model camera, (I bought 3 to give as gifts) and the sdhc causes the cameras to display 'wrong format.' I suggest calling HP's headquarters and asking them to provide a firmware update similar to the one that HP offered for the HP M537 camera and that Casio offered for their older cameras to let them use this type card, which is what I've been doing.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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