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Please help I bought a wireless out door camera WANSVIEW ip outdoor camera NCM628D02 and can't find SD slot have opened it up the front part of camera and still can't see it .. I'm begging help me

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SOURCE: PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME I AM BEGGIN u I sent a picture in earlier of the inside of my outside wireless IP SECURITY CAMERA as I cannot find the SD card slot It's not on the camera Its inside its like pic

It is the metal and shiny square on the left, mounted on the blue circuit board. On this picture you have to slide the card in from the left.

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My Dad, 91years old, received a Kodak Easyshare model z1285 from a friend for christmas. no manual. He lives 400 miles away and called to ask if I knew where the SD card goes. Since I can't see the camera...


The door to access the SD card slot is on end of the camera which is closest to the round knob on the top of the camera.

If you turn the camera on end and look at the door, it has small groove in it that is about an inch long. Holding your camera in your left hand with the lens toward your palm, take your finger nail of your right fore finger and slide the door toward the back of the camera.

The door will swing open, revealing the slot for the SD card. When you get the camera, there may be a "dummy" plastic SD card in the slot. Release it by gently pressing the edge of the SD card and quickly releasing it. The card should pop up about a half inch and you can grab it with your fingers and pull it out.

Replace it with a fresh SD card, making certain that it is oriented with the label facing the back of the camera and the contacts facing the front of the camera. Gently push it into the slot until it seats. Don't force it. The card should go in with a little resistance, but does not require a lot of force to seat. Pressing it too hard will cause it to pop back out again.

If it doesn't seat properly, the card may be flipped the wrong way. The card should go into the slot contacts edge first, contacts facing the front of the camera and the label facing the back of the camera.

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I don't have a cd slot how can i view my pictures without the cd


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What does no card mean? Thank you.


"No card" means that either
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How to insert the memory card:
  1. Open the camera’s battery door by sliding it downwards.
  2. Insert the SD card into the slot as shown inside the camera’s battery compartment. The SD card can only be inserted one way.
  3. Press the SD card completely into the camera and then close the door. Open the door and press on the memory card if you wish to remove it.
Note: There is only one way to insert the SD memory card into the slot. Do not force the card into the slot. This may damage both the camera and the SD memory card.

Before you can use the card, it has to be formatted:
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  4. Press the right arrow button to set "System" then press down key to select "Format".
  5. The default option is ‘Format’. Select this option by pressing the OK button.
  6. Select "Yes" to format the card.
If all this does not work it might be that your SD card is damaged. Try to replace it with another one. If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.

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