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With powershot sx10IS took several pictures and only have one still on memory card - others disappeared

Took about 10 pictures. When first reviewed them they were there, then they disappeared and now there's only one. Older pictures and video clips are still on memory card.

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SOURCE: Canon Powershot s3 will not turn on or review photos.

It is likely that an internal integrated circuit in the DC/DC board is damaged.

You will need to have your camera reviewed by a qualified technician to have it repaired, since it requires open the camera and evaluate the DC/DC board performance.

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Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Canon powershot A700. I took out the old

As you've already tried sliding the card's locking switch, see this link for additional things that you can try.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Canon powershot SD1200 IS says Memory Card Error

You probably just need to format the card in the camera. This will completely erase it so download any pictures you want to save first.

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: I just purchased a 4gb memory card for my canon

ok, first off:
make sure the card is compatible with the camera and the camera is compatible with the card (reffer to the manuals of both products).
if all checks out, contact the manufacturer of the camera first, then do the same with the card.
if everything works up to this point, but you still cant get it to work, get a new camera.

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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SOURCE: how do you unlock the memory card on a canon powershot SX10is?

Remove the SD card from the camera. Slide the tiny switch on the side of the card to its other "unlocked" position. Reinsert the card in the camera. But if you've already tried this, see this link for additional things that you can try.


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hello again after researching i did find out that there is about a 3 second delay if using the flash option did any of your delays happen when not using the flash ? also does this happen when using the camera in auto mode ? turning the knob on the top to the green auto mode i'm thinking it also could have to do with your shutter speed or try going to the menu and changing the shutter speed to a faster speed your self then taking pictures in av or tv mode. here's a comment from a review on the PowerShot a590 that might help. Camera performance is very good. The PowerShot A590 is ready to shoot after a 1.2 second delay -- pretty snappy. Focus speeds were very good, even in low light situations. Shutter lag wasn't a problem, and shot-to-shot delays were minimal, except when you're using the flash, which is slow to charge. The camera can shoot continuously at 1.5 frames/second until your (high speed) memory card is full. The A590's battery life is 10% better than its predecessors, and is well above average for its class. The camera supports the USB 2.0 High Speed standard, for fast data transfer to a Mac or PC.
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Here is what I would do...

I am assuming that you are using an external memory card reader that plugs into USB and that you are only seeing a portion of what the card contains.

Plug the camera directly into your USB port using the USB cable that came with your camera. (Or one like it. Whatever. :P) See if Windows is able to see the images that way instead of using your memory card reader.

If you are able to see the images that way, back the images up onto your computer from the camera.

Use the camera itself to format the card. Make sure to do a "LOW LEVEL FORMAT" when you do.

Take the following into account:
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  • Use a HIGH-SPEED memory card when using continuous shooting mode as the memory card you're currently using may not be able to keep up with the average write speed that it requires. This camera is very capable of writing at high speeds. The memory card may not be.
Please let me know what comes of this solution as I myself am curious.

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Whatdoes the maual say about the cpacity of the internal memory and what happens when it is full? There is probably a more comprehensive manual on the CD by the way. Come back with the answer and I take it further.

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