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Scandisk memory card keeps saying error

I have a scandisk 8gb memory card for my camera, tried uploading the pictures onto my computer and said format the disc, then put it into my camera and said error?

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Some cameras will not work with the larger flash cards. Also the SDHC requires an adapter that accepts the high density. Many built into the computers do not accept the high density and will demand they be formatted. Verify the requirements of the devices you have for compatibility.

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Hi I have a panasonic FX 50 camera and i am trying to upload pics onto my laptop. I keep getting a message on the camera saying read error check memory card can you help please. many thanks


Try NOT connecting your camera to your computer.

The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.

Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program such as Picasa ( http://picasa.google.com ).


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The computer uses a small program to be able to upload pictures from the memory card once the pictures are safely on the computer hard drive hopefully you created a file folder for them then the memory card needs to be formatted in the camera. Formatting the memory card cleans the card and makes it compatible to the camera again. Every time you download images to the computer the memory needs formatting in the camera. Any new memory card needs formatting in the camera a card that has been formatted in the computer needs to be reformatted in the camera. Also please be aware that there is a protection lock on the side of the SD card and if placed in the incorrect orientation will actually lock the card from formatting or deleting files on the card. I'm going to include a diagram here to show you where this little switch need to be for the "unlock" position.
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Switch needs to be towards the top of the card in the direction of the gold contacts

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Here is what I wrote today to another user having a very similar problem:

You can access your photos without Easyshare through Start / My Computer and your card and maybe the camera memory card should appear there as E: or D: or such volume. Click on those icons and on folders inside until you see the photos as thumbnail. Save the enclosing folder by right-click Copy/Paste to a place of your choice.

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Take out the card and put it in an SD card reader and connect that to the computer and follow the above instructions. Use free Picasa software instead of Easy Share.

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I think you go to menu, then go to the lat tab and then click format, then yes.
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When i try to ytyake a picture an error message appears memory card error


Is that exact what it says? I need more information. What kind of camera is it? I'll try to help with the little information I have:

I think your memory card is full and needs to be formatted. Select 'Menu' and look for the 'Format' option and select it. Before you select 'Yes' make sure you save any pictures that you might want to keep onto your computer. Because once the memory card is formatted you won't be able retrieve the pictures. It should ask you before formatting your memory card. While it's formatting make sure to keep the camera steady (if it's an older camera the slightest bump could disrupt the formatting process). This should take no more that a minute or two. When it's complete your memory card will be completely wiped clean. You'll now be able to take pictures. If the message appears again repeat the same process.

Note: When you 'Delete' a picture it doesn't completely leave your memory card. It will continue to take up space until you format your card.

I suggest formatting your memory card often (or you might miss out on a perfect photo opportunity and have to delete pictures you haven't put on your computer yet).

I hope this helped,

Owen

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