I have a 512MB SD photo card and until now, whenever I want to transfer pictures from this card onto my computer or from my computer to the camera card, I have simply slotted the card into the photo-card slot on my HP Photosmart 7200 printer.
Now, the computer still detects the card, allows me to click on the F:\ in my computer...but when i try and access the card..i tihnk the first folder is called DCIM i get this error message:
F:\DCIM is not accessible. The parameter is incorrect.
I have an art exam in a week and REALLY need my pictures
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If your photos are stored on a SD memory card then remove the SD memory card from the camera and insert the memory card into an USB memory card reader. Connect the USB memory card reader into the USB port of your Dell computer. The Dell wiil detect the card reader as an external storage device, you can then open the folder on the memory card that contains the photos and then copy them to your computer.
Go to the "Menu", then in the green arrow (pointing right) go down to "copy" and then make sure the "IN-->SD is highlighted, and hit the menu again. It'll come up saying "Copy pictures from Built-in Memory to Memory Card? Yes/No...highlight "yes" by hitting the up arrow on the side (above the "menu" button which is in the center, hit the one above the round button there), and it'll say "Please wait, with an hourglass turning as it copies the pics to the card. Then it'll say "pictures copied" and return you to the main listing of pictures. Hope that helps
Yes, you need an SD card to transfer your pictures. When you do, you sync your pictures from your phone onto the SD card. The next time you plug it in, your pictures should be in the MY_PICTURES folder. Hope this helps!
If you put the memory stick back into the camera can you see them thru the camera menu? If so your computer's SD card port may be having issues. try using the card in another computer or use the cameras USB cable to transfer the pictures from the camera to the computer if it has one. Do other memory sticks work in the computer ok? If you cannot see them in the camera either then the pictures will be corrupted and probably cannot be recovered. Then the card will need to be formatted to erase any errors on the card. Always use the camera to format a card whenever possible...Hope that helps.
Have you tried using a card reader by removing the SD card/memory card from your digicam and inserting it in a card reader. It is much faster copying your pictures to your computer than transferring by installing/connecting the digicam to the computer. I hope this helps.
Your camera has a SD card slot. If you have one of these in your camera then it is just a matter of transferring them from the card to your computer. Most stores that carry the SD cards will have a card reader you can buy. You connect the card reader to your computer and insert your SD card into it. From there you can open up this card reader in MY computer, select your photos, right click and hit copy. The you open up the file you want to put them in (like my documents then my pictures) and right click again and go to paste. This wil transfer all those pictures you have selected onto your computer but they will still be on the SD card too. Hope this helps. The card readers cost about $20 give or take.
Take out the SD card and put it in external card reader connected to computer.
Copy/transfer all the photos from the SD card to computer.
goto My Computer and right-click the 'Removable Disk' (the SD card drive) and click Properties. click Tools and click Error checking - Check now button select the option 'automatically fix file-system errors' and click Start button. if any errors was found and fixed, you can also Format the SD card. And your SD card should not drop photos again.
Now put SD card back in the camera.
Now take 20 test photos and check if something is missing. if not take 20 more test photos and check if something is missing. if all is ok then you can delete all test photos and start taking normal photos.
That would depend on how the camera/card is connected to the computer.
If you're using the USB to connect the camera to the card, then the answer is "no." The camera functions as an expensive card reader, with "reader" being the operative word. It will not allow you to write to the card.
If you have the card plugged into a card reader connected to the computer, then the answer is "probably." Assuming the picture is as it was when transferred from the card (not edited or manipulated in any way) then you should be able to drag&drop it from the computer to the \DCIM\100NIKON folder on the card. You won't be able to do this using Nikon Transfer or most other picture downloading utilities, so open up a couple of explorer windows for the drag&drop.