Question about Sony Cybershot DSC-T200 Digital Camera
I lost my original USB cable that transported the photos from the camera to the PC. I bought a converter from the memory card to the computer that works with all different types of memory cards. I put the memory card in, downloaded all of my pictures to the computer. Then, I opened up the memory stick on the computer and deleted the pictures from the "memory stick" folder, but this deletion did not follow through with my memory card. Therefore, my memory card still says I have the 275 pictures on it. When I put the memory card back in the camera, it says that the memory card is full, although there are no pictures when I click the "review" application. I am not sure how to handle this.
Try putting the card in the camera and in the menu, select 'FORMAT' this will totally wipe the memory card, ready for use. You will find plenty replacement cables on Ebay, for about £7.00-8.00
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
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