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Re: digital camera sd card stuck in laptop
Hi... Remember that the SD card has a little slot at the center we'll use that to retrieve the card. First, find a "medium safety pin" and straightened it and on the sharp edge, use a plier to make a little hook... Use that to pull it out....
Use an extended card holder to insert the SD card because the design is for the mini stick SD card...
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Refer to the manual page below - note the last 2 items
If you take the camera and the card to a sales outlet the assistants are usually helpful
Inserting an SD Memory Card(Optional)
All images and video clips taken by the camera can be stored in an SD (Secure
Digital) Memory Card. Even if the camera's power is OFF, the images saved in the
SD Memory Card are not erased. An SD Memory Card can be repeatedly read and
written. You may also expand the memory capacity up to 512MB so that you can
store additional images and video clips.
1. Make sure the camera is off.
2. Slide the battery/SD Memory Card cover in the direction of the [OPEN] arrow.
3. Insert an SD Memory Card :
The front side of the memory card (printed
arrow) should face towards the front side
of the camera.
If the card cannot be inserted, check the
4. Close the battery/SD Memory Card cover.
To remove the SD Memory Card, make sure
the camera is off. Open the battery/SD Memory Card card cover. Press
lightly on the edge of the memory card and it will eject.
If the camera is powered-on without the card, the "NO CARD" message appears on
the LCD monitor.
To prevent valuable data from being accidentally
erased from an SD Memory Card you can slide the
write-protected tab (on the side of the SD Memory
Card) to "LOCK".
To save, edit or erase data on an SD Memory Card,
you must unlock the card.
MultiMedia Card (MMC) can not be used.
You need to format an SD Memory Card before using it in this camera
Make sure the write protect lock is off on the SD card itself. To remove
the write protect lock, take the memory card out
of the camera, face the card towards you,
look for a small white tab on
the left hand side of the card, to unlock it push the tab up to unlock
it, it will
be at the side of the card like this .
It depends what type of memory card you are referring to.
USB memory will plug into the USB ports on the left side of the laptop.
If you are using a Memory Sick, Memory Stick Pro, Mini Secure Digital, MultiMediaCard, RS_MultiMediaCard, Secure Digital (SD), or xD-Picture card they will go into the memory card reader on the left side of the laptop about 2 inches from the front of the machine. ** NOTE: this is the bottom slot.
If you are using a Type 54 ExpressCard it will also go in on the lfetside but this slot will be above the Memory card reader slot mentioned above.
There is a slider on the left hand side of an SD card which sets the card to Locked (lower position) or Unlocked (higher position - i.e. towards the top of the SD card). The first step is to check the position of this slider.
Note that the position of the slider does not affect the SD card in any way - it trips a switch inside the camera (or other SD reader). The slider MUST be in the upper position or the camera will say Card Locked - so if the slider has fallen off (they are very fragile!) the camera will assume it is in the Locked position.
the camera cannot use XD picture card and multimedia card (MMC). SD and SDHC can be used. for compatibility check this http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/accessories/card/a/
you might need to update your product depending on your serial no.
to format the card, press menu to display menu setup, press right to move to setup 2 (3rd tab) you will see Format. click Format to format the memory ("SD" is displayed if memory card is inserted and "IN" (internal memory) if no memory card. hope this helps
The Where its usually found in the front of the laptop or on the right side, its usually marked SD reader, The How is: you insert the camera card with the copper connection facing down. some of the older model laptops only come with SD readers for cell phones and video cameras not like now that they come with every type of card readers
Your computer doesn't support compact flash cards. Your SD slot is a 5-in-1 card reader, supporting Secure Digital (SD), MultiMediaCard (MMC), Memory Stick® (MS), Memory Stick PRO? (MS PRO), xD-Picture Card? (xD). The big slot is for PCMCIA devices.