When I put my SD card into the slot the little screen says "Found images...Total 49 OK" but when I press the OK button, nothing happens. It used to work just fine, but for some reason it won't now. What can I do to fix this?
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Not sure if this will work, but in XP, double click my computer. The SD card should show as a removable drive. Double click that. The pictures should be there. Now all you need to do is drag and drop the pictures wherever you want them to be saved at in your computer
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try an sd card from another source. the format function of the camera should be used to prepare the sd card for the camera before you take pics with it. this may be a format issue with nintendo. format will erase all images on card, so save them first somewhere else.
The microSD memory card MUST first be formatted, by the handset,
in order for the handset to create the destination folders.
To transfer the pictures, remove the memory card slot cover. Insert the microSD card into the slot until it locks into place. Press the OK key for menu. Select Get it Now. Select Picture and Video. Select My Pictures. Select desired picture. Press the right soft key for options. Highlight move and press OK. This puts the picture on the SD card.
If your pictures are on the SD card in your camera, many of the sd cards have a small micro switch on one edge that will lock your card... you may want to pull it out of the camera and make sure that the physical lock isn't set..
If the camera still works OK otherwise -- you caN BYPASS THE PROBLEM with coimputer recognition simply by removing the SD card, and reading it directly. Most notebooks have a slot for plugging in an SD card. Otherwise -- there are some very cheap SD card readers (<$5.00) -- insert your card, plug into USB Port, then (on Windows) select "Open Windows Explorer" select and copy your digital images to your PC.
Hi there. Here is how you do it.
Go into the menu and navigate to the Copy screen.
Choose an option. One is to copy pictures from the camera's internal memory to the SD card, and the other is copy from the SD card to the camera's internal memory. Then press OK. On the next screen, you have two option choices, either copy all images, or selected images.
Hope that helps.
I had the same problem, and I found after much playing and mostly accidental findings that I could do this by following these steps
1. Put an SD card in the camera. Will not work otherwise
2. Go into playback mode, where you view the pictures, button looks like an blue arrow pointing to the right
3. Press the round 4 way controller downwards, and a menu (that I have never seen before!) appears
4. Choose the 4th icon along on the top line and that will give you options to transfer from memory card to camera and the other way around.
I just purchased a frame and wondered the same thing. My computer has a slot for an SD card once inserted the computer shows the SD file. Then go into where you store the pictures highlight the picture one at a time in the picture file my program says copy to file click on it and shows the SD file as F file click copyit then downloads to the card. Done put SD card in frame worked perfectly.