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Camera can't get images into image file on memory card

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These are pre-settings on the phone. The images captured on the camera will first go on the phone memory, and once it is full, it will switch over to the memory card. Manual change is not possible. But you can move the picture on to the memory card after the picture is taken by manually selecting and moving it to the mem card.

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What does it mean when file contains no image


I the file is on your computer, it means your folder is empty and there are no images or other files in it. If it says "no Image" on your camera, it simply means you have a blank memory card, or possibly "no" memory card in the camera.

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Memory card is full and when I plug in the USB cord and turn on the camera I get a message that my device is not connected or is busy, or that it contains no pictures!!


Causes of memory card corruption
  • Turning off a camera before an image is completely written to the memory card.
  • Removing the memory card from a camera while an image is being written to the card.
  • Removing the card from a memory card reader while files are still being transferred to a computer.
  • Batteries conking out as files are being transfered directly from the camera to a computer. Note: always make sure you have fully charged batteries before transferring images.
  • Removing the card from a card reader while folders and files from the card are open on a computer.
  • Opening, deleting, renaming or moving files on the card while its contents are open on a computer.
  • Using a memory card which has not been formatted in the camera. Use the delete/erase function when needed, however a card should be regularly formatted.
  • Formatting a card in a computer instead of the camera.
  • Inserting a second memory card into a card reader before closing and removing the first when viewing images on the card from a computer.
  • Taking photos when camera batteries are nearly empty.
  • Taking photos too rapidly so the camera can not complete writing one image before starting the next.
  • Continually shooting and deleting, shooting and deleting images when the card is full.
  • Letting a memory card get too full before downloading the images to a computer or storage device. Cards that are too full may overwrite the card headers.
  • Using a memory card from one camera in a different camera without formatting it in the new camera first.

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In my camera the memory card is clear but when attached to pc it says there are still files there. How do I find the files on my camera?


Yor pc may just be reading the firmware (software) built in to your memory card. However if you think there are images left on your card they may be corrupted or have been deleted.

To get the images back try using a image rescue software. There are a few available on the market. The best one I have used is called Image Recall. It can find images on memory cards even after they were formated.

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FOLDER CONTAINS NO IMAGES.


Please follow the instruction below and let me know what is happening.

1. format the new card.( Can't format is from any virus
infected PC ).
2. Insert the card then reset your camera setting.
3. select your mamory card default for save the
photographs.
4. Before start photography confirm that your battery
is fully charged.

Thnaks & please give me feedback about your camera.

Feb 03, 2010 | Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm...

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Canon Camera Images Corrupt


There is freeware software on web to recover messed up/missing files on hard drives and memory cards.

Sep 17, 2017 | Cameras

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Move images saved to the internal memory to the optional xD-Picture Card


The images saved to the internal memory can be copied to the xD Picture Card, but you cannot copy images from the xD Picture Card to the internal memory. Before you choose to copy the files to the xD card be sure that there is enough room on that card. To copy the images to the xD card make sure the camera is powered on, then and press the menu button. Use the down arrow key to navigate through the menu to the BACK UP feature. Use the right arrow key to enter the Back Up screen and select YES to copy the images to the xD card, or NO if you choose not to coy the image files.

Aug 31, 2005 | Olympus D-535 Zoom / C370 Zoom Digital...

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Can I transfer photos back to the card after editing the images?


Nikon complies with the industry standard DCF (Design Rule for Camera File Systems) format which governs the file structure of images on memory cards as well as file naming and other image properties. Due to the constraints of this file system, images that have been edited may not be able to be read by the camera when copied back to the card. The card can, however, be used to move images (or other files) just like any other removable disk. To do this connect the camera to the computer using the "MSC" USB mode (where supported) or use a third-party USB memory card reader. The camera's card will then appear like any other "Removable Device" and files can be copied to it. Nikon cannot offer additional assistance in transferring images back to the card or viewing edited images on the camera.

Aug 30, 2005 | Nikon Coolpix 2000 Digital Camera

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Can I transfer photos back to the card after editing the images?


Nikon complies with the industry standard DCF (Design Rule for Camera File Systems) format which governs the file structure of images on memory cards as well as file naming and other image properties. Due to the constraints of this file system, images that have been edited may not be able to be read by the camera when copied back to the card. The card can, however, be used to move images (or other files) just like any other removable disk. To do this connect the camera to the computer using the "MSC" USB mode (where supported) or use a third-party USB memory card reader. The camera's card will then appear like any other "Removable Device" and files can be copied to it. Nikon cannot offer additional assistance in transferring images back to the card or viewing edited images on the camera.

Aug 29, 2005 | Nikon Coolpix 5700 Digital Camera

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