I cannot retreive the data from my Ultra II 4.0 GB memory card. It has approx. 500 pics on it, and when I took it to be processed it appears something corruped that card. I get a message that the card is locked..it isn't. I do believe data is still stored, just can't get to it. Any ideas??
I have a SanDisk 8G SD card that worked in my camera, but my card reader would not read, so I could not put the on my computer. I put the SD card back in the camera and could still view all of my photos, so I ran a cable from my camera to the computer (one end of the cable was USB and the other end was something smaller that would fit into the port on my camera, I don't know what it is called). The computer was able to read all of my photos through my camera, so I downloaded everything through the camera to the computer.
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There is some free (for home use) software called "Recuva" that you can use to do this. It will look for any files that can be recovered. Provided the card has not been used since the files were deleted the files should be recoverable.
Get right back to Amazon on this one and explain it fully as you have here (or more) They are a very good supplier to deal with and will very likely count the 30 days from the date you received the cards not from when they were sent.
Hi, unfortunately some of the older cameras can not handle more than 2Gb memory cards.. it should be stated somewhere in your user manual.. Sorry...I wish I can solve your problem..it is better to return that one and try to get 2 Gb card instead . Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks
Maybe it is having trouble with the size of the memory. Memory cards have grown enormously in capacity in the last couple of years, and even relatively new cameras may not be able to cope with the memory size of the newest cards. It is often difficult to find out the maximum capacity a camera will use, as today's memory cards are much larger that those available when the manuals for the camera was written.
I would suggest reformatting your disk to your camera. We have had those issues and it has cleared it up. Be sure any pics on your camera have been backed-up as you will loose all pics while reformatting. The key is to reformat your disk to your camera (use the camera's menu to located the reformat disk section)...do not use the computer. Hope it works!
I use a Nikon D300 and have Sandisk Compact Flash memory cards. i ahve not come across this problem but would suggest that you insert the memory card into your camera and reformat the memory card. This should clear any errors in the system BUT IT WILL ALSO WIPE ANY PHOTOGRAPHS YOU AHVE TAKEN when formating the memory card.
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There is no way to do that since the internal memory is designed to only output to cards, not the other way around. Fortunately, this should not be a problem.
In general, the best way to transfer photos to your computer is to use a card reader - it provides a standard interface that the computer will recognize, it saves wear and tear on the camera, and it saves batteries.
I use Meritline.com for things like this because they are cheap and reliable, but please don't think there aren't hundreds of other places to get one from.
To help you, here is a link to the page at Meritline that lists card readers. Note that many have free shipping:
This is a relatively cheap one with free shipping that will handle just about any card form factor except compact flash: