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Re: Pictures on main memory rather than chip
Took of the memory from the memory card or select internal memory option in the options menu and connect the data cable and install the drivers and tranfer the data into computer or sync with the software
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turn the camera on with the button on top, then take off the lens cap and insert a memory card into the side. The pictures will save to the memory card and you can buy an adapter to connect the memory card to your computer to view and save the pictures.
1) Using new memory card. first connecting memory card to computer and format. and insert memory card to camera. making single shot. then connecting computer you see picture. Memory card formating in camera may be not working computer or other device.
Personally I wouldn't be using the camera software if it's deleting images without the command to do so.
What you can do is purchase a card reader with multiple memory card ports that way when you do get another camera the reader will have the port for the memory card.
Anyway the reader plugs into a USB port on your computer and looks at the reader as an external hard drive (Mass storage device) Depending on your operating system you should have an application called "My Documents" Open a new folder I generally use the date and img. then insert the memory card into the reader and the computer will either bring it up on the desk top as a hard drive or you may need to co fetch it in "My Computer" (I don't know your system) once that's done you can open the picture files copy and paste them into the new folder. Then you just need to open your camera software program and click on open and go to that file.
Once you have your pictures secured on the computer Hard Drive then format the memory card.
Formatting clears all the surface and makes the memory card ready to accept new picture data.
I suspect you have been deleting pictures and deleting pictures again and again well, you should be formatting after each time you download the pictures to the computer.
I know that will solve the problem and you can use the same system when you get a new camera
for this ,use a MEMORY CARD READER .
Insert the memory stick into the Memory Card Reader and connect the reader via the USB jack/port to the computer.Go to "my computer",select the M CARD READER which may be indicated as "Removable disk "F".
Meanwhile select the pictures to b uploaded and right click the mouse to select ,"Move to"--removable disk "F"
when all pictures are uploaded ,remove memory stick and insert in camera to see the pics .
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Make sure you have an SD memory card inserted and your camera is on. Press the Play button to view your images. Now press menu and scroll down to the copy feature. You have two options, copy from camera to memory card is on top, and from memory card to camera is on the bottom. Once you select your option, choose your pictures and copy.