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Camcorder says my memory card is missing

I had several videos already saved on the hard disk and was able to view them just fine. Now when I turn it on it tells me to insert my memory card and my videos are gone. Does anyone know what happened?

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  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2008

    SAVED VIDEO FROM A VACATION IN COSTA RICA GOT HOME WATCHED THE VIDEO MANY TIMES , TRYED TO DOWNLOAD IT TO COMPUTER WOULDN'T DOWNLOAD TRYED TO VIEW ON LARGER SREEN COULDN'T WATCH IT . WENT BACK TO WATCH ON CAMERA

    ALL VIDEOS WERE GONE. COULDN'T FIND VIDEO ON CAMERA BUT

    STILL SHOW THE SPACE IN MEMORY GONE. JUST CAN'T RETRIEVE VIDEOS OR FIND VIDEOS. HELP

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Turn on your camcorger, push the button menu. Select the rec media for video, select hdd so that it looks for the hard drive, Mine defaulted to the sd and was also looking for the memory card. Missed filming my son's 6th graduaton because of that!!!

Hope this helps

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