When I want to load photos onto my computer, I connect the camera and click on the camera's icon to open it. The cursor goes into busy mode and never stops. I have almost 500 photos, which is close to the capacity for the memory stick, but I don't see why I shouldn't be able to load the photos if they fit on the memory stick. Please give me any advice you have. Thanks and God bless you!
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In Windows, click on Start/Computer. A window opens showing all the drives connected to the computer. Under "removable drives" locate the SD card. Hover your mouse pointer over the SD card icon and it should tell you how much free space is on the card. If necessary, delete some photos or other data to make more space available so you can add the photos you want. If there's already plenty of space, try formatting the SD card in either ex-FAT or NTFS format. Then try copying the photos again. If the SD card does NOT in appear in removeable drives then the SD card may be faulty. Try a different SD card.
If this is relating to download photos onto your computer and your cable and cd are broken this is another way to get your photos onto your computer you can put a sd card into the computer,."sd slot" .go to my computer find the icon that says sd card click on that and it will open it up for you.. .
Connect the camera to the computer with a USB cable . Put the camera to the view photo mode (a little triangle icon on the camera). If no cable available take out the memory card, insert in a card reader and connect to computer.
Go to My Computer and your camera's icon should appear.
Click on icon (E: or D:...) and on any folders there. when you se your photos copy the enclosing (right-click Copy) folder. paste (right click/ paste) in a location you choose on your hard disk.
go to my computer-click on the icon for the drive your computer is connected on-click open-all your photos should load, then highlight and select the photos that you want to save to your computer. hold the control key down to select multiple photos. right click save and save to whatever folder you want to save to.
Before the transfer, connect your camera cable to the computer, Click on the start icon and connect to the window photo gallery. Right click the image you want to transfer and drag the cursor to "open file location", right click the image again and click on the "send to" option. You will see your camera icon, then click and it will be sent the image you desire. Goodluck. Indicate if this is helpful.
To load your digital pictures onto your computer, you will need a card
reader (hooked up to your computer via a USB) and your memory card.
Some cameras allow you to hook a USB right into your camera without
removing the memory card.
If required, you will load your memory card into the card reader.
Your digital media will appear as another drive on your computer. Click
the drive and your photos will appear in a folder on the drive. You can
view your pictures immediately by double-clicking the file. From here,
you can save your pictures directly to any folder on your computer.
Consider purchasing photo manipulation software like
PhotoShop or Fireworks. Use this software to fix common photo problems
(poor light, etc) or add effects like text and color.
Plug the camera to the computer.
Go to where the images are and- go to Edit.
Click on select all.
Click on Copy.
Now go find the Camera Icon- My Computer an extra Icon should have come up like a drive
Click on open -right click in the folder - right click select paste.
A word of warning
It is possible that having got the images to the card - the camera will not recognize them
This is because- depending on the software loaded the imaged will have been altered from EXIF[Camera type image] to JPEG[Computer type image]
If this is so delete the images on the card and
go online to www.convar.com and download PC-Inspector.
Install the program on the computer
Select the Camera with card in it and click on recover.
Or simply click on camera and click on recover without back loading- except simply to prove a point.