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Re: Memory card won't stay in
Dear dave how did you insert the memory ? it will only work in one way , the other way the memory card may be seated but infact it is not fully seated and won't want to goe further , Take out the memory card turn it around so that the label side is facing the other way and try to see if ti will fit in that way you wont have to push it hard just once light and than it will have to be in place
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There is a little spring assembly in there that pops the card out when you press a button or something. But if the button is stuck or not working the card will always pop out! If you remove the spring that will do the trick - to remove card in future you use tweezers like I do with my Garmin! Does the trick and works fine!!!!!!!!!!
The SD memory card slot in located on the side og your camera. Push the SD card and it will pop out. The photos are stored on the SD memory and removing it from the camera will not lose the photos stored on this SD memory card. Remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into anUSB memory card reader. Connect this USB memory card reader and memory cardinto the USB port of your working computer. Your computer will see this as anUSB Mass Storage Device or an external storage device; you can then open thefolder on the memory card and copy the photos to your computer.Memory card reader is a handy device and is inexpensive. Youcan copy photos from other cameras and you can also download photos off yourmemory card to someone else's computer without the need of installing anyprograms.
is the lock on the card by chance. also depending on how old the camera is and how big the sd card is in gb. the lumix may not be able to handle that size of card, too many gb. My lumix would only accept up to 4 gb, so when I moved to 16 they did not work.
Did you use a high capacity memory card with an old camera? For example, did you use a SDHC card in a somewhat old camera?
Some cameras accept only SD card. Although SDHC card has the same shape, it won't be reconized by the camera.
Pop your memory card into your card reader, wait about 15 secs and it will appear on your computer as a drive. Double click on this drive and you will see either a lot of icons corresponding to the photos on the card or a lot of thumbnail pictures of the photos. Again right click on the drive and click on select all on the popup box. When all the icons or thumbnails are highlighted left click on them and the click on delete on the next popup box. Whatever you do DON'T try to format the card with your computer. If you want to format a memory card for a camera always use the camera's format function to do so.
By the way, the photos can also be removed by using the delete function in your camera's menu display.
Make sure the record inhibit tab on the memory crd isn't activated. If it is you won't be able to delete anything.
on the side of the door panel that it goes into is a lil tiny hinge with a small piece of plastic that prevents it from popping out,i do believe your lil door may have broken off or your hinge is bad...