I've had no problems in the past moving photos to my PC, until I bought a new 8 GB memory card manufactured by "Topram". Before I used no higher than a 2 GB memory card and never had any problems at all. Just trying to move the photos as I always have, via USB port. Any clues as to what the problem could be? Has anyone complained about Topram memory cards?
Re: Problem moving photos from my Casio digital to PC
Make sure you've formatted the new memory card in the camera. You can find the format function when the camera is in Set Up mode.
If that doesn't work, I suspect the camera only supports cards with a maximum size of 2GB. A camera of this age is likely to only support the FAT16 file system which has a 2GB limit. You may be able to format the 8GB card, but the camera might only "see" 2GB of it.
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Try sending the photos to a cloud service on the web, then transfer to a memory card that could be inserted into the Photo Frame. If the phone has a memory card you can get an adapter to upload to a PC then back to a memory card for the Photo Frame.
Try putting the ram in another computer and see if you have the same problem. If the issue goes away one of the sticks of ram might not have been fully seated. If you get the same result you have a bad stick of ram. Go to the manufactures website and download ram checker and install it (free software). This will help diagnose your problem. If you get an error code write it down so you can give it to the manufacturer which indicates which error problem you have... If it turns out that you have a bad stick of ram contact the manufacturer and they may send you another stick of ram. Some manufacturers have a lifetime warranty on their ram. Hope this helps.
There is a tab on the memory card so you will you need to remove it from the camera and change the position of this tab to "unlock" it. DO NOT format the card until you've BACKED UP your files from it (typically to a PC or USB drive (stick or external hard drive).
For the photo transfer, remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into a memory card reader. Some PCs have these build in. If not, you can get one from any electronics store. The card readers plug into your PC's USB slot and the card shows up as a drive on the PC. You can copy & paste (or drag & drop - your preference) to move the pictures from the memory card to your PC.
For the battery - did you charge it before use? Most batteries ship at about 30 to 50% capacity.
I was having the same problem and contacted Casio. The issue seems to be that there are pictures/video on your internal camera memory which is conflicting with the memory card. Here is the fix:
Turn of the camera and take out your memory card
Turn on the camera, click menu, setup, hit the up circle twice and click reset and click reset again until the camera resets
Then click menu again, setup, hit the up circle twice and click format, click format again until the camera formats
(This will delete the pictures from your memory card so make sure you have them saved)
Turn off the camera and put your memory card back in, turn the camera on again. Repeat the format process for your memory card and you will be good to go!
First of all with a Casio camera Casio will only guarantee the camera to work with Panasonic, Toshiba and Sandisc memory cards. If it is not one of those three brands I would go buy one of those brands. Make sure you format your memory card with the camera before using it for the first time. As for the other memory card try using a program like cardrecovery.com and see if you can still pull your pictures off that card. I bet they are still there. :)
try going to wolf camera or ritz camera they have a 512 meg chip for about 8 bucks put it in your camera and see if you can format it and take pictures. I have seen in the past that the 2 gig chips are frauds they are smaller chips formatted to a 2 gig compositor. They have been going around quite abit. if that does not work then the camera has a defective sd port and should be able to be replaced from where you got it. if they will not repair it then call casio you can find their number at www.casio.com/us then under contact us. Casio should fix it if you bought it from a retail store send them your receipt. That what they ask for to see when the warranty started. Hope this helps.