Naming error when inserting a freshly emptied 1 gig card. Also deleated two "unnamed photos" which now I fear were files necessary for operation. Tried the camera with a 256 card and it works fine, How can breathe life back into the 1 gig card?
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I tap on the lence and still shows naming error...I need help
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Usually it means that there is no memory card. Try to insert a fresh memory card then turn the camera back on. Most cameras only have enough memory for a couple of shots without a memory card being present. If you put in a fresh (empty) card and it says something about a card error, then use the menu to format the card, which may take a minute. If this does not work, please provide us with model of camera.
If your computer has a built in card reader you can put any photo back on the card from your computer by dragging and dropping the file to the drive letter that is your SD card. If you're trying to recover lost photos from a SD card Google "card recovery pro". It's a free program that will read your SD card and restore as many photo's as it can.
When you install a larger SD card it will be a fresh empty memory card. Your existing 8Gb SD card will still have the the 5 hour gig data on it. You can insert the 8Gb SD memory card into an USB memory card reader and plug this into the USB port on your computer. The computer will see this SD memory card and adapter as an external storage device. You can then open the audio folder on theis SD memory card and copy this file to your computer.
camera's onboard memory is only 8MB, maybe 1 or 2 high resolution photo. delete the photo on the camera to clear error message and use only no more than 2 gig of sd card. It does not work with higher than 2 gig which is SDHC type sd card.
Purchase an inexpensive card reader such as the Ativa, available at Staples and Office Depot for $9.95. Put your memory card with the photos on it into the reader and plug it into a USB port on your computer. Windows will recognize it as another drive and assign it a drive letter. Using any graphics program, or Windows Explorer, navigate to that drive, open the file containing the pics, click select all, and copy the pics to a file on your computer. Make sure that all the pics have transferred or copied to the new file. Replace the card back into your camera and format the card so it is empty and ready to receive new pics. FYI: Less than 1 gig memory cards are available on ebay for dirt prices. Also, go to the camera manufacturers website and see if they have a firmware update for your camera that allows larger than 1 gig cards to be used. I had to do that for my Fuji S700 so I could use 4 gig cards. It used to max out at 2 gigs. If this has solved your problem please rate it accordingly. Good luck.
Are you using a TRUE Sony Memory Stick? Or another Brand, some non-standard flash memory doesn't "erase" files correctly when told to do so, it may simply just remove the files name, or it's suffix, meaning that the stick essentially still holds all the old data, its not a faulty memory stick, it is just down to an incompatibility issue. Try using sticks made by either sony or sandisk