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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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: reformatting an SD memory cardf
You can format the card in your camera while not connected to your computer. In fact it's recommended to do so. Read your instruction book to find out how. It should be a selection available from your "menu" button when in image review mode. Select "low-level" or "full" format, not "quick" format (quick format is only good for erasing pictures).
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
SOURCE: memory card stuck in camera slot
No need for pliers! I was able to eject the memory card by sliding a packing knife along the edge of the memory card. The blade was very thin, narrow, and long. I'm not sure if a regular box cutting knife blade would do. I've been able to eject the memory card with ease about a dozen times using this method.
Since I can't eject the SD card on the go, I use the USB cable to download images from the camera. Glad to know I can remove this when absolutely necessary, but sure wish I could remove anytime I'd like.
Posted on May 11, 2008
#1) On my camera if there was a picture that got stored in the internal memory it would not reconize the sd card nor store the pictures on the sd card. I would have to take the sd card out and delete the pictures in the internal memory and then reinsert the sd card.
#2) Some how or other the files that were on the sd card would get scrambled on the sd card when I would try to erase them. I would have to reformat the sd card back to a "fat" format before it would work again.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
1) This camera accepts SD cards up to 4 GB in capacity. Most 4 GB SD cards however, are "SDHC" types (check the label to determine which type you are using). If you are using a 4 GB "SDHC" card, it may be causing the problem, as it is not an "SD" card. Furthermore, any card greater than 4 GB is not compatible with the camera. Any SD card with a capacity less than 4 GB should work without issue.
2) Check the position of the lock or "protect" tab on the side of a compatible SD card to be sure it is in the unlock position. The camera will be unable to write to a locked or protected card.
I hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
If you can get the pics using a card reader, why are you insisting on using the camera and USB cord? Pros always use a card reader.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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