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Format I don't know what happened. I introduced my memory card into a laptop to read all the pictures and I couldn't read them. Finally it said tje card needed to be formatted and it doesn't let me try another activity with the camera. It just gives me two options: shut down or format. What happened? I don't want to erase my pictures!

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  • Anonymous Jul 20, 2008

    1. Inserted new 2GB card.

    2. Powered the camera.

    3. Alarm beep and prompt to format the card.

    4. Apruptly stop formatting and dislayed "Card problem"

    5. Old 256 MB card did not exhibit any problem.

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The format of the camera is not compatible to the laptop , i would like to suggest let the picture processor center to down load to rewritable cd and load to laptop.
Insert the memory card to laptop for reformat it by the time to download picture to laptop no more problem.

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First, make sure you have the photos on the computer. Once you know they are - then you know you have a working copy of them.

The problem you're describing can be the result of MOVING the files - rather than COPYING the files. Moving is the process of moving the original files from the card and putting them on the PC - while copying leaves the original files on the card and creates a copy on the PC. If you MOVED them then you shouldn't expect to see the original files on the card any longer.

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Good memory card management includes 1) copying files from memory cards, 2) verifying that they have transferred successfully *and* finally 3) formatting the memory card *in* the camera; *not* the PC. Most cameras offer options to format cards - which is superior to simply deleting files or formatting in a PC. The camera tends to set the card up for its own use - rather than for a PC's use. Formatting the card in the camera can introduce subtle differences that make it worthwhile to do.

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please can you check the extension of the pictures you are trying to open
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sometimes lapstops and PCS as well as Cameras can go out of line. That is the formatting in a particular PC may not be able to be read in another.
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