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Transferring internal memory pictures to a memory card

I took pictures on my i532 camera forgetting that I had taken my memory card out to upload the pictures on it onto my computer. Therefore, I now have pictures on my internal memory that I want to get onto my computer but don't know how to do that. The only thing I can think of is to somehow put them onto my memory card and then put that in my computer like I usually do. I tried a USB cord and it didn't work (it was someone else's though because I lost mine a long time ago). Any help would be appreciated!

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Re: Transferring internal memory pictures to a memory...

Use the Copy command to copy the pictures from internal memory to memory card. See page 84 of this manual:

Posted on Oct 22, 2013

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SOURCE: Polaroid i532 black screen and red to green light

I have the same problem with mine! I haven't been able to find any information on the web about a solution yet. Just a lot of frustrated camera owners!

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Polaroid t831 Digital Camera

hi, its possible to retrieve the deleted data. Free software downloads are available in Just install it on ur desktop and connect the camera - complete deleted photographs can be retrieved. Please dont format the mem card...

vijay anand, Hyderabad, india.

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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It may be that the connector inside your camera is de-sodlered from the circuit board, as this connectors are very tiny and the solders too, refering to the USB cable and effort to insert / extract it.
Or if you are lucky, just th USB cable out of order, did you try with an other cable ?

I encountered this desoldered connector on the camera of my father, I arrived to re-solder it once (very difficult as pins are less than .2mm from each other), but it deos'nt hold very long.
To be sure, when USB cable is connected, try holding it pressed gently to the direction of the circuit board (generaly to the direction of the back or to the face of the camera), if you arrive to connect (PC will show the opening window), this is it.
No sheap solution to repair it, But you could always use your camera end dowload your pics with a card reader, just have to extract the card from the camera and put it in an universal reader, you faind it anymhere on the net at low prices.

Generaly speaking, you should best use a reader with the card out of the camera, and keep the direct connexion with USB cable to the camera for absolute necessity, as this connectors inside the camera are fragile.

Hope it will help, feel free to feed-back or complete.

Posted on May 14, 2009

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SOURCE: My son dropped his Polaroid i532 camera after

many ideas! But they all lead to the bank! you either repair ( expensive) or throw it in the bin. You could try a claim on your insurance. But it would depend on the excess you might have to pay to justify the value of a repair

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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SOURCE: I cant upload pictures from my polaroid t730 camera to computer

I can'tg upload pictures. I have a polarioid t11031 digital camera, and I have a USB cord ffor it, but my computer does not recognize it when I plug it in. I want to know how I can get the pitctures off my camera and onto my computer.

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I delete all the pictures from my memory

Hello. Look at the edges of the card for a small slide button and make sure the card is unlocked. Then press the menu button and look in the settings or tools for "storage"or "memory".options. What you need to find is "Format". If you do choose to Format memory card. This will permanantly remove ALL the information on the card.

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