Question about Canon PowerShot SD630 Digital ELPH / IXUS 65 Digital Camera
Sorry, no. You can use a card reader to put the pictures on the card. Bear in mind that if you've done any editing on the photos then the camera may not display them.
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Memory Card Error
I am assuming that the camera continues to work fine with other cards, so the problem is only with the card, not with the camera.
To try to retrieve pictures, get yourself a USB SD card reader&writer (under $10 on eBay), plug it into your PC, and see if the files are readable that way.
If the files are readable, find the folder with JPG files, and simply move them to computer.
If the computer starts freezing every few seconds while you are accessing the card, or the move process is dealing with one file for a very long time (over 10 minutes), the card has physical problems, and there is a chance that things may not be recovered. Try moving each file separately. I did a quick search for you: "recover sd card files" - I found a few shareware utilities that would try to recover corrupted files, starting with "Card Recovery 3.50".
Once you are done with the recovery, determine if the card is usable in the future. Format the card using the camera (look for the option in Menu), take it out and use USB card reader to fill up the card with any junk from you computer, and then try to copy it from the card again onto your computer (create and use a junk folder). If this fails, look for a way for way to exchange the card under warranty, if you have any. Otherwise, the card may not be compatible with the camera (although unlikely). Test it by taking lots of test video and test pictures just to fill up the card, and try to read it. If everything is fine, and you want to take the risk, the problem may be a one time issue and will never happen again. Otherwise, use the card for something else.
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
It coud be a very common IRIS/Shutter stuck problem...this has been reported on lot of S3 IS & S2 IS cameras... just search for this on web and you'll find a temporary solution also (related to taking battery out in the middle of taking picture during a long exposure (15" in Tv mode), but for more permanent fix you need take it back to Canon service center
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
On your computer make sure you are looking at the correct folder. This is a common problem.
Another thing is if the camera is shooting the pictures in the RAW mode, you will need the proper software in the computer to see the RAW format pictures.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
Could be that you have the wrong memory card.
SD600 will only work with the old SD cards, but the SD780 will take the SDHC cards.
SDHC was intended to give 4gb or more of storage, while the old SD started as 16 mb. Different cameras have different limits, but it is always best to assume that the practical limit on an SD card is 2mb. Even if the SD780 will take the SDHC cards, it can be more practical to only carry 2GB SD cards and know that they will fit either camera
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
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