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There are several different memory sticks and the are not fully compatible. Be sure you bought the right memory stick for your camera Refer to the manual. Check in the computer if there are any pictures at all on the memory stick. Please don't copy pictures from another camera to the stick to view them on a camera. Most camera's only can show the jpg pictures that were shot with that oa a same camera. Even in one brand of camera's there can be differences in the file you want to view.
Two options: If you normally transfer your pictures by connecting your camera to your computer, remove the memory stick from the camera before making the connection.
Alternatively, if you use a card reader to transfer the pictures directly from the memory stick, use the "Copy" command in the "Memory Stick Tool" submenu to copy the pictures from the internal memory to the memory stick. The Memory Stick Tool and the Copy command are described in the "Memory Stick Tool" section of the manual (beginning on page 53 in my copy). If you need a manual, you may download a copy from here.
Please clarify: from where to where did you transfer and you wish to transfer? Are you using a USB cable from the camera to the computer? Do you mean the memory card that fits inside the camera?
If you mean transfer photos from the camera via the computer to a memory stick, then the problem may be solved in two steps: First download the photos to your computer. Then from the computer to the stick.
Put the memory stick inside the camera. Then open the photos which is save in your camera memory. Select them all & then you find a option Send to memory card or copy to memory card. Select that and press ok. Your photos transfer from camera memory to memory stick.
If you normally upload your pictures by connecting via the USB port, remove the memory stick before connecting the camera to the computer. If you normally upload your pictures by putting the memory stick into a card reader, use the camera's memory stick tool to copy the pictures from internal memory to memory stick.
OK, Camera has small inbuilt memory that can store few pictures. You can copy these photos in memory stick by inserting memory stick in camera, go to Menu >> Copy >> Yes. Memory stick stores many photos depends on its size and let memory stick in camera, hook it with computer and transfer photos from memory card. Thanks.
After reading the manual, it seems if you delete any pictures directly from your computer with your memory stick loaded into the computer, then you corrupt the memory stick. I usually use a USB cord, but not this time. So with that said. I need to buy a new memory stick. I will only delete pics directly from the camera from now on. It is not a camera issue, more of a "not knowing" issue.
DSC-W80 sybershot camera has facility when you insert Memory Stick in its slot, it automaticaly selects this memory card and starts saving data on it and internal memory got suspended.
Pls check memory stick 2GB and inert it correctly in memory slot in camera.
if you took the memory stick out, and took pictures, filling the internal memory, you must connect the camera to a computer with the included cable. then download as normal, as if there was a memory stick installed.
you have to remove any memory stick prior to doing this, otherwise it defaults to loading from the stick.