I haven't used this printer for several years, so I forgot how to do everything. I inserted the memory card and the 64 photos were found. From the menu I chose 'Save to Computer' and hit Start, but had a error message of 'Not Available. Am I doing the wrong thing or is it just not working for some reason?
From the I Want To... menu on the display, scroll to Save to Computer,and then press the Select button on the operator panel.
Press the left or right arrow on the navigation button to scroll through the photos on the media card or in the digital camera.
Press the Select button to select a photo to save to your computer. You can select more than one photo at once.
Press the Save to PC button on the operator panel. The Memory Card Manager automatically launches on your computer.
In the Memory Card Manager, verify that the photos you want to save are selected, and then click Next.
Browse to the folder in which you want to save your photos and make any changes to the Save/Launch Options, and then click Next.
The photos are saved to your computer.
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They are being saved to the internal memory of the camera. With no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format" and follow the instructions to erase the internal memory. Insert your card and it should now work properly.
Remove the Secure Digital memory card from the printer.
Examine the Secure Digital memory card:
Is the lock switch in the unlock position?
Are there any visible discolorations or defects such as crack or nick in the card?
Are there any contacts missing from the end of the card?
Are there any deep scratches in the card contacts?
Is there any heat discoloration on the card?
If all of the above questions result in No , proceed to Step 4.
Check if the HP Photosmart printer supports the file format.
In order to know which file formats are supported by the different HP Photosmart printers, please refer to the manual of your printer.
(Saving the pictures on the PC, if possible) Insert the Secure Digital memory card in the camera (or another device) and format it following the proper instructions to perform it.
Capture an image.
Review the image. If the image is corrupted or an error such as Unsupported Image File is displayed, the Secure Digital memory card is suspected to be defective and should either be replaced or referred to the manufacturer for further troubleshooting.
If the images are read properly, turn on the printer. Insert the Secure Digital memory card in the Secure Digital slot.
If the printer display continues to show the Card Not Recognized error, try using another Secure Digital memory card, if one is available.
If the printer is still unable to read a functional and compatible Secure Digital card, contact HP to obtain additional troubleshooting information.
The image on the internal memory can be accessed only by connecting the camera directly to your computer. Assuming that you are using a Windows-based PC. If you are using Windows XP or a later Operating System, you do not need to install any driver for the camera. You can use the supplied USB cord to connect the camera to the computer. The camera will be shown as a drive in My Computer. Open the folders with either 'DCIM' or 'PANA' (e.g. 101_PANA) in the name. Copy the images to your computer.
Set camera on playback mode, you will see any saved picture in internal memory. Insert memory card and lcd screen will show you either blue screen if memory card has no picture files or will show you picture in memory card. That means memory card is intact with camera and ready to store fresh picture. Set camera to camera mode and take few fresh pictures and check them in playback mode. Let me know if you have additional question. Thanks.
It most likely means the phones internal memory is full. If you have a lot of pictures, applications, etc, if you aren't saving them to the memory card, the eat up the phones memory pretty fast. I had this same issue, 8gig memory card, but not enough memory to do anything with the phone. It turned out, I had all of my emails being saved to the phones internal memory, switched everything to the memory card, problem solved. Look and see exactly where the phone is saving everything to, sms messages, apps, everything.
First, check to make sure the memory stick is not locked. There is a little switch on some of the cards that will protect the images stored on it, but will also keep you from saving any more. If that is not the case, then try deleting all the images from the memory stick using your computer. Then, format the memory stick using your camera, and try to use it again. Hope this helps!
A card access error may indicate that an xD-Picture Card memory card is in a write-protected condition. xD-Picture Card memory cards have a special protection feature to ensure that your pictures are kept safe.
During this condition, you can still use the printer for printing and saving photos from the xD-Picture Card to a secure location, such as the computer hard drive.
To resolve this error, try the following:
Reinsert the xD-Picture Card memory card into your camera and turn on the camera. In most cases, the camera automatically makes the necessary changes.
Reformat the xD-Picture Card memory card. See the documentation that came with your camera for instructions on reformatting the memory card. Note that this process erases the pictures currently saved to your memory card. To save these pictures, transfer them to the computer before reformatting the memory card. Once you reformat the memory card, transfer those photos back to the memory card using the computer.
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