An expert who has achieved level 2 by getting 100 points
An expert that got 10 achievements.
An expert that got 5 achievements.
An expert who has written 7 tips or uploaded 3 video tips
Re: No space left on memory stick.
Most digital cameras do have an internal memory which may be minimal or too small to store your pictures or videos, because of this memory stick/card are always good for storing pictures and videos due to the fact that it has enough spaces to store you data. And you can easily transfer your picture from your camera to your personal computer by using the USB cable that came with your camera. As soon as u connect it to your computer, it will detect it and automatically install the driver that will make the connection to work well, or better still install first on to your system the software that came with your camera for easy connection of your camera to your computer, then on the camera, select "Mass Storage" from the USB connection mode, automatically your memory stick or card will be detected on your computer and you can them open the folder where all your pictures is stored to retrieve then to your computer. If you have any problem with this, don't hesitate to inform me back
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
I'm sorry to inform you that the camera is not compatible with new Operating Systems like Windows Vista, 7 etc. Hence it is not possible to connect the Camera to those computers with the supplied USB cable.
However, you can transfer the images using the Memory Stick slot on the Computer. Please remove the Memory Stick from the Camera, insert the Memory Stick slot on the Computer. If you doesn't have a Memory Stick slot, you may also purchase an external Memory Stick reader for cheaper price to resolve the issue.
Thanks for understanding.
Please get back to me if you need further assistance.
There is a bad news that the Memory stick is corrupted and you'll not be able to recover your pictures easily. However, you can try and check whether you are able to see it under control panel-> device management/computer management->click on storage option on left side-> now click on disk management sub menu-> check whether you can see any unknown drive or your memory stick.
If yes what is the status of the drive? If it doesn't show healthy then you'll need to format it by formatting it using right click on it and selecting format option.
Plug the memory stick into the computer and format it. Unplug it then plug it back into the computer, you should have a pop up that asks you what you want to do (open folder view, play and a few other options), you weant to choose Open a Folder View.
You should now have a window open that you can put files into, if not then go to "My Computer" and select it from the available drives.
Now open up the folder with your pictures in it and select all the pictures you want to transfer then press "copy". Go to the memory sticks folder and right click and select "paste" from the right click menu or hit "CTRL+V".
You will get a progress pop up that shows how long the file transfer will take, after it is done...so are you.
If the memory stick is not recognized when plugged in, you way need to load the software that came with the memory stick for its drivers.
You can delete pictures from the camera. You can transfer the pics to your computer, then delete. Plug you camera into your computer, click start/computer/ double click on the drive that accesses your camera. From here, you can drag/drop pics or delete them or format the entire memory stick. If you need all of the pics and do not have a computer, you will need to purchase another memory stick.
I tried setting up a new folder and transfering the files, this did not work either so I just purchased a new Jump drive. I had plenty of space remaining on the Lexar, however, my time was worth more than the cost of a new drive. I'll keep looking for "free solutions" to my problem and if I find the answer, I'll respond.
4gb is not enough space to hold the entire My Documents directory unless you have an extremely small amount of data in it. If you take many photo's it wont be long before My Documents is too big to fit. Suggest that you back up this directory to a set of CDs or DVDs,
If you want to update a memory stick just copy My Documents from Vista to the memory stick. Vista will ask if you want to overwrite. Click [on overwrite all] and the job is done.
i don't think you can transfer photos from mem stick to internal mem, but may i suggest purchasing a multi port card reader? it is a small device, compatible with most all mem cards- deff for Sony Cyber-shot- you simply insert your mem stick and plug into the USB port on your computer, this will also save unnecessary wear on your camera, They are fairly cheap, at around $15, no software is needed, your computer will recognize it as a mem stick, just as it does the camera
JUST GET A NEW MP3 PLAYER WITH LOTS OF MEMORY SIMPLE AS THAT!!!!!!!!!!
JK JK JK JK JK
What you do is if you are using windows media player to transfer songs onto the player where the device picture is, it is supposed to say NEXT DEVICE then you click on it. real simple really. its like to devices on one. it literaly is to devices in one. Hope this works. RATE PLZ :p