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Ithink your SD card set in lock mode . SD cards have a slide switch along one edge.Always lock position nearest the connecting wire (copper wire)in the card. If the switch is already in the proper position, slide it fullythe other way and then back again.
one suggestion is if they are still on the card,load them into your computer then open with a picture editing software and save them back to the card as a jpeg image.i have found this to work for me in many cases.hope this helps.
Ok, well I have had a similar issue with my samsung cell phone and my digital camcorder. What I did was remove the memory card as the pictures were saved on the actual device rather than the memory card. It wouldnt see the other pictures as it will automatically access the memory card first and gives no options to switch. Try that and let me know of that works
i just help the zoom to get out with a thin screwdriver and now the "ZOOM ERROR" message disappear, but i have another problem. The camera does not show the target (what to shoot) on the screen. It shows ONLY pictures on card.
I tried everything, but the target i choose does not appear on the screen.
Basically picture files in memory card have corrupt data that's why computer doesn't recognize it. HP recommends following action... Close the HP Image Zone
or HP Photosmart Software, disconnect the camera from the computer, and reset the camera. (can see this at HP Support) 2nd option is to find some memory card data recovery software on internet and use it to correct data files in memory card. Thank you.
I had a different camera that this happened with, luckily I didn't have alot of pictures of any importance on the card., I took the card to a photo store and they could not even tell me what was wrong with it. Maybe you could try that, just bring it to a camera store, I hope they can help you.