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Labtop does not read memory card nor digital camara

I reset my labtop, and is not recognizing memory cards no digital camaras

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Please make sure that you don't have two of the same cam installed in the Add/Remove Progams. Sometimes this happens. If you find that you do just uninstall one of them.

Posted on Feb 21, 2008

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Download drivers for your cam from ther website ok .

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Camera saying memory full but card brand new


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Is the SD slide protection switch unlocked? You will also need to format the memory card before it will work in your digital camara. Make sure the memory is compatible with your camara (too much memory and it won't work)

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I forgot my memory card at home this morning. I know that my camara has internal memory so i took some pictures. I am now at home and need to trasfer my pictures from the internal memory to an external...


Plug in the USB transfer cable (to the camera), other end into your computer. The computer should recognize the picts and start the download.
After it is complete, you can now insert the external memory device (either into the computer (if it takes them) or into the camera.)

**If you plugged into the computer - you can drag and drop the picts from the folder on the PC to the memory card (the computer thinks that it is an external hard drive).

**If you place the card into the camera, connect the usb cable between the camera and the PC. Now, you can drag and drop the picts from the folder on the PC to the camera memory card (the computer thinks that it is an external hard drive).

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I have a kodak M1033 camara with a SD HC PNY optima 240 HD 16 GB and the camara says internal memory is full and is only 1/2 minute video in the camara please help


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Sonds like the camera hasn't switched to the memory card. Go to setup and set memory to Auto not Internal. If that doesn't help, it's possible that the camera doesn't support 16GB card, but it should give you a card error then, so check the memory settings first.

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My digital camara will not save pictures. Messages appear.


If you are using SD memory card, it can be locked. Take out your memory card, on the left side there's a switch. Turn switch up and try again. Hope this will work.

Aug 09, 2009 | Cameras

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The camara said camara memory locked i need to know how i can unlocked


Did you using SD card?

Try this:
1. Take out your memory card from the camera.
2. There's switch to lock and unlock on the memory card.
3. Just unlock it, and put back your memory card.

Hope this help! PM me if you have another questions.

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Make sure the lock switch is set to off on the cards you are using. That would prevent you from using them.

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Digital camara and memory card


Basically picture files in memory card have corrupt data that's why computer doesn't recognize it.
HP recommends following action...
Close the HP Image Zone or HP Photosmart Software, disconnect the camera from the computer, and reset the camera. (can see this at HP Support)
2nd option is to find some memory card data recovery software on internet and use it to correct data files in memory card.
Thank you.

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Olympus SP-320 memory full when 1GB xD picure card in camara


If you download the photos that are on the internal memory to your computer, the next time you take photos it should go to the memory card that is loaded. It worked for me, so I hope that helps

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