Okay. On my camera. It will only show the internal memory. But when i stick the memory card in there it shows i have 392 pictures. But when i click review it says theres nothing there. How do i get them back? I really need those pictures. They are of my grandfathers funeral.
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The sony cameras are very picky on memory cards. They only work with the some types memory stick duo. But if the card already did work in your camera, you should check the contacts on both the memory stick and in the camera. You also need to check if you did not try to put it in the wrong way around. It should not be possible to reverse the memory stick, but if you don;t know your own strength damage on the memory stick and camera can be done.
Please if possible try to read the memory stick in the card reader on your PC. and look if you did not damage the contacts on the stick and in the camera.
Format error message is shown when an unformatted Memory Stick Duo is inserted or when the internal memory is experiencing some problems.The only solution is to format your internal memory or memory card.Please note that formatting the internal memory or memory card irrevocably erases all data, including even protected images.
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Set camera on playback mode, you will see any saved picture in internal memory. Insert memory card and lcd screen will show you either blue screen if memory card has no picture files or will show you picture in memory card. That means memory card is intact with camera and ready to store fresh picture. Set camera to camera mode and take few fresh pictures and check them in playback mode. Let me know if you have additional question. Thanks.
Once it was happened to me, I went in folder options, enabled 'show hidden folder and files' option and got all pictures in memory stick that were hidden in picture folder for some reason. Selected all with CTRL+A, right clicked, clicked propertise and uncheck hidden mark Try that, might help you.
i have the same problem..
I have a Sony Cybershot DSC T70 and it keeps saying "Reinsert memory stick" whenever I turn on the camera or slide down the camera lid. Also, whenever I try to view the pictures on my laptop it shows "Please reinsert the memory stick" something along those lines. As I have been researching for the solution, I would have to format the memory card. However, I wouldn't want to lose the pictures as I just took many as from the holiday last week. The only problem is the memory card, I tried using another memory card and it works fine with the camera. There is nothing wrong with the camera.\r\nCan someone please help me how to solve the memory stick problem? It would be great. Ty.
The problem is with the memory card. It probably just shorted internally and is no longer useful. The amount of memory is not the problem, as I used a 4GB card for a long time and my card finally went bad. You will just have to get another memory card and MAYBE find someone to be able to retrieve your data.
look im sorry to be so mean. but come on dude... it has a "USB PORT"! you take the memory card out of the camera first, then you plug it(the camera) into the computer and turn it on and it will automatically show up as "Sony MemoryStick" in "my computer" then navigate to the obvious file containing directory. copy and paste them to where you please...
keep in mind you have to be set to "Normal" mode for it to work or you may have trouble. hit the menu button to explore the 3 option menu. you cant get lost.