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Pictures won"t load on memory card How do I transfer pictures from camera to memory card ?

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    How do I transfer pictures from camera to memory card. Camera is DXG-328

  • maryswann50 Aug 01, 2010

    Just sent him the camera brand and model awaiting reply

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Let me know model number and brand of your camera to provide you helpful info about transferring pictures on memory card.
Thanks.

Posted on Aug 01, 2010

  • maryswann50 Aug 01, 2010

    The camera is a DXG-328

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Aug 01, 2010

    This camera has no feature to transfer picture files from 16MB internal memory to memory card. However, you can transfer internal memory picture files on memory card by transferring internal memory files in computer then save these files on memory card.
    Take out memory card so camera set on internal memory, plug it to computer and transfer folder of picture files in computer, turn off camera and put memory card in camera so camera and turn it On then copy same folder from computer to memory card.
    Thanks.


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If the pictures do not load to the memory card ..this means that you have to go to the main menu ...look for storage ...and select the storage to be made on the card ...It will be better if you choose to format the card also into the camera before starting to take pictures..
But the idea is the same ...In the menu ..look for the feature called storage ...or something like that ...and you will have 2 choices...One will be the internal memory ..and the other will be the memory card ...change the choice ..and confirm with ok ...after that take a picture or 2 to see if the feature was activated..Be sure that the card is not locked from the side button if it is an SD card ..cause this will cause errors if it will try to store the picture on the card and it is locked..

Posted on Aug 01, 2010

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    Catalin Turcu Aug 01, 2010

    this was for selecting the storage to be made directly on the card ..but if you want to transfer them ..just go in view mode...select the picture..and options ..and move to card..

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SOURCE: Nikon Coolpix 4100 - transfer pictures to memory card

The easiest way is to transfer pics from the camera memory to you pc/notebook memory and then copy them to the the memory card thereafter with the help of a memory card reader.

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SOURCE: How to transfer Nikon Coolpix camera pictures to memory card?

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.

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Hello

Firstly you need to go to the spesific pic you want to transfer to the memory card.

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Hope you can find this helpfull.

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Hi,

There is a copy option on the playback menu.
This copies to and from the memory.

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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I don't have a Canon, but on some cameras you can move the pics from the internal memory to the card, and on some you can't. Only suggestion I have is to get another usb cable, or read your manual to see if it's possible. Perhaps some other person on this site will know the answer. Good luck.

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