Question about Sony Cameras
It is always better to remove the memory card from the camera and use a card reader on the computer; however, that isn't what you asked:
You can connect your camera to a computer with the supplied USB cable. Radio Shack sells replacment cables (take the camera to the store to get the right one).
1. Turn OFF your camera.
2. Connect the USB cable to the camera and to the powered ON computer.
3. Turn ON the camera.
4. Your computer will announce: "found new hardware" ... "disk drive" ...
... "ready to use".
5. A folder may open up in a pop-up window. This is the memory "disk" in the camera.
6. If it doesn't display automatically, go to "My Computer"; you will see a "Removeable Disk" listed. It will probably be assigned letter "E" or some other letter. Make note of the assigned letter.
7. Double-ckick on that drive and the memory card folder will open up.
You will find a folder, such as "Sony 100".... or whatever.
8. Keep opening folders that come up and you will find the pictures.
9. You can opy those pictures to the "My Pictures" folder on your computer's "My Documents" folder.
If you need more info, please post a comment so that i or someone else can respond.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
In the camera's menu you can either delete the pictures one by one or mass delete them.
Alternatively you can perform a format which will delete all the pictures at once.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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