Question about HP PSC 1610 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Several weeks ago I inserted an SD card into the printer in order to get pictures from my camera.
After a couple minutes of reading and uploading about half the pictures, the warning lights came on with Card Error.
I had not pulled the card out prematurely (i.e. before Safely Removing). I simply used the slot for the first time. This happened during upload.
But the card would no longer be used anywhere- not in the printer, nor in the camera. I lost half the pictures and could not even reformat the card.
OK, I figured, bad card. I purchased another SD card- different brand. I took the card on vacation last week and came back to upload the pictures through the printer. Same thing happened again. Again, I did not pull the card out unsafely. I just used it as expected and halfway through upload, it ceased to function.
So now I'm down 2 SD cards along with a couple gigs worth of precious memories, and the printer, it seems, simply does not perform as expected. Worse, it has done harm.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If using the Card Reader -
The HP all-in-one has detected an error with the memory card.
1. More than one memory card is inserted in the HP all-in-one.
2. An incompatible camera is connected through the camera port.
3. A memory card is inserted and a digital camera is connected at the same time.
Remove and reinsert the memory card. It may be inserted incorrectly. If the problem continues, the memory card may be defective.
Remove one of the memory cards. Only one memory card can be used at a time.
Check the user guide that came with the camera to see if it supports PictBridge. If it does not, try using the cable that came with the camera to connect the camera to the USB port on the back of the HP all-in-one instead of to the HP all-in-one camera port. If the camera does support PictBridge, make sure the camera is set to PictBridge mode. See the user guide that came with the camera for instructions on how to do this.
Remove the memory card or disconnect the camera. Only one can be used at a time.
You might try the following - Reformat the memory card in the camera or format the memory card in a Windows XP computer by selecting the FAT format.
Hope this helps!
Posted on May 01, 2010
I had the same problem with my HP L7590 All In One. After trying a number of
things to reset nothing worked. Then I tried this just as a last resort and it
Insert the/a memory card( it will tell you that you can only use one card at a time).
With the card still in turn off the printer using the power button.
Wait for 30 seconds then turn power on again.
The screen should say reading card. So wait for it to finish reading and all should be fixed.
If this does not work, try again using a different card.
Send me Kudos if it works.
Posted on May 03, 2011
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