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Urgent how far do i put in my sd memory card

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You push it in all the way until it stays put - it's on a spring release, which means it works exactly the same as any pushbutton pen; push in to release, push in to insert.

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Can i transfer the internal memory to an sd card

Put the card in and turn the camera on. Press the MENU button. Select the Setup menu (wrench icon). Select "Copy".
Full details are in the "Copy: Copying Between Memory Card and Internal Memory" section of the manual (page 112 in this edition).

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Hi, i have some photos on my internal memory and need to put them on an sd card because the connection with usb is faulty. As soon as i put an sd card in camera i cant see internal memory images. Is...

There should be an internal transfer from memory to SD card on most camera but not all look under the main menu for the memory card where it tells you to format card and create folders it there should be a COPY option.

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I put a new memory card in our Kodak EasyShare

Your camera is only supporting SD/MMC Cards (up to 1 GB)
The card that you currently have might be faulty. Please try another card.

You might also need to switch the camera over to saving pictures directly onto the SD card.
1: Menu 2: Cam settings 3: Chose AUTO or SD card option Press OK
Note: If the SD card isn't in the camera or is unreadable the camera will automatically go back to saving you taken pictures on the internal memory.

Dec 25, 2009 | Kodak EasyShare C330 Digital Camera

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We put a new 4gb flash card in and on the display it says no memory card,we then put the old memory card in and that says memory full but says theres no photos on the memory??pls help

Your camera probbaly does not use SDHC... just SD...
Find an SD memory card, it will work. The 4GB card says "SDHC", not "SD".

Please post the brand and model or whatever you can ... which camera?

Sep 19, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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Canon SD1200 IS won't save pictures to the memory card.

This Canon uses an SD memory card (previous Canon used CF cards).
The SD memory card has a "slide switch" that locks the card.
Look at the SD memory card and move the switch back and forth, then switch it all the way to the UNLOCK position. Put back in the camera and format the card, then use it.

Since this is a 10Megapixel camera, use at least a 2GB SD memory card. A 2GB SD card will hold 700 pictures, or so, in the best setting.

Hope this helps!

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Samsung s830 SDHC Problem?? Camera Dies!!

emm... I have got an 2 gb SD memorycard for mine to and it wont work. Read on several places that the camera can only handle 1 gb memory card... Dont know if that's true thou.

Feb 16, 2009 | Samsung S830 Digital Camera

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Can ixus700 upgrade to use 4gb memory card?

The ixus 700 is only specified to be compatible with SD memory cards (and MMC cards). The protocol for SD cards only covers up to 2MB. Cards of higher capacity are the SDHC (high capacity) protocol, but this protocol did not exist when the ixus 700 was introduced. As far as I can tell, there is no way to upgrade to be compatible with the newer protocol.

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The camera doesn't accept new memory card put into the camera

Sorry that this answer is far too late to be of use to you, but it may help others searching for advice with the same fault. I only stumbled across your unanswered question by accident.

8GB is an SDHC card. Your camera was designed to use the earlier SD cards instead with a maximum 1GB capacity.

Dec 07, 2008 | Kodak EasyShare C533 Digital Camera

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Unprotect memory card


To set the memory card in unprotected mode, you have to do the following.

On the side of the SD chip, there is a little switch. Shift the switch away from "lock", then insert the card back into the camera.
This unprotects the card. You should now be able to take pictures and videos.
If this does not solve the problem, then it is very likely that the SD card is faulty. I would recommend using Panasonic, Lexar or Sandisk memory cards.

~Lexar SD card

~1 Panasonic SD card

~2 Panasonic SD card

~Sandisk SD card

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