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Flash Card I have a Samsung Digimax i6, it's a camera and also an MP3 player. So I've been moving mp3's on and off it for a few months now and I've been using a 1GB SanDisk flash card in it. And I just realized that I've been moving the songs off but it hasn't been erasing the file and now my flash card is full but there's nothing on it. No pictures, no files, nothing. And I was wondering if there is a way I could just... erase the card.

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Put the card into the camera and format it (the card, not the camera).

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1.connect it to the computer
2.make a new folder beside the DCIM folder and name it as MP3.
3.copy mp3 files into tht folder
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When you record something, you can't adjust the volume of the microphone. You should move either closer to or farther away from your subject.

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To transfer MP3 files to Digimax i6:

- Turn off camera
- Plug USB cable to PC and camera
- Turn on camera
- On your COMPUTER screen, it will tell you select USB: Printer or Computer
- Select Computer using the arrow buttons
- Press MENU/OK
- On your COMPUTER screen, a window will pop out like
Removable Disk and it will be telling you a lot of options
- Select "Open to View Files"
- You should be seeing the DCIM folder as you select that option
- Right click on the white space where DCIM is located
- Select "New" and then "Folder"
- Rename the folder as MP3
- Open your documents containing the MP3 files that you want to transfer
to your camera
- Make sure that the format is MP3
- Select the files that you would like to transfer
- Right click on one of those and select copy
- Now, go to the MP3 folder that you've just created
- Open the MP3 folder
- Right click on the white space of the MP3 folder
- Select PASTE
- All MP3 files will be copied to your camera

Note: It depends on the file size of your MP3 if it could still
be accomodated inside your memory card

To safely unplug your camera:
- Look for the green arrow icon on the lower right corner
of your computer
- Right click on that and select "Safely Remove Hardware"
- Just select your memory card in there that is pertaining
to your camera and select stop
- Once, you've seen the message "You could now safely remove the camera",
then you could now turn off your camera and unplug it so as to prevent any problems

On your camera:
- Turn it on
- Press the M button
- Scroll to the right until you see MODE menu tab
- Use the down button to select Still/Movie/PMP
- Press MENU button (all will disappear)

Now,
- Press the M button
- Select Resume
- Make sure to be on MP3 mode
- Select the desired files and those will play

If it still does not work, call the Manufacturer.

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Try this without the memory card, mine appears have been corrupted and the camera will not function if there is something wrong with the card.

Dec 21, 2007 | Samsung Digimax i6 PMP Digital Camera

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Can't upload mp3's onto camera


To transfer MP3 files to Digimax i6:

- Turn off camera
- Plug USB cable to PC and camera
- Turn on camera
- On your COMPUTER screen, it will tell you select USB: Printer or Computer
- Select Computer using the arrow buttons
- Press MENU/OK
- On your COMPUTER screen, a window will pop out like
Removable Disk and it will be telling you a lot of options
- Select "Open to View Files"
- You should be seeing the DCIM folder as you select that option
- Right click on the white space where DCIM is located
- Select "New" and then "Folder"
- Rename the folder as MP3
- Open your documents containing the MP3 files that you want to transfer
to your camera
- Make sure that the format is MP3
- Select the files that you would like to transfer
- Right click on one of those and select copy
- Now, go to the MP3 folder that you've just created
- Open the MP3 folder
- Right click on the white space of the MP3 folder
- Select PASTE
- All MP3 files will be copied to your camera

Note: It depends on the file size of your MP3 if it could still
be accomodated inside your memory card

To safely unplug your camera:
- Look for the green arrow icon on the lower right corner
of your computer
- Right click on that and select "Safely Remove Hardware"
- Just select your memory card in there that is pertaining
to your camera and select stop
- Once, you've seen the message "You could now safely remove the camera",
then you could now turn off your camera and unplug it so as to prevent any problems

On your camera:
- Turn it on
- Press the M button
- Scroll to the right until you see MODE menu tab
- Use the down button to select Still/Movie/PMP
- Press MENU button (all will disappear)

Now,
- Press the M button
- Select Resume
- Make sure to be on MP3 mode
- Select the desired files and those will play

If it still does not work, call the Manufacturer.

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you have to format your memory card first in your digicam for it to read... then save your mp3's and movies in the designated folders as indicated in your manual... try it it works!

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I think you will find that the file you have created has to be called MP3 otherwise the camera doesn't recognise it.

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