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Camera says its saving all pics to the internal memory. I want to switch it back to memory card

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With no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format"....follow the on-screen instructions. Then, you can insert your card and it should work properly.

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

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I cant find the DCIM folder in my polaroid camera


The camera will create that folder on a memory card when you use it. Do you mean you can't find that file on the card or when you plug in the camera with no card in it?
If it isn't on the card, in the menu options of the camera you can format the card and the internal camera memory, save your pictures first of course.
Formatting the internal memory of the camera and taking a picture should restore the DCIM folder.
And make sure the SD card is unlocked, there is a little slide switch on the side of it.

FORMATTING WILL ERASE EVERYTHING SAVE YOUR PICS FIRST!

If you cannot find the DCIM folder you may still have pics stuck on the card and/or camera, look into file recovery before you format anything.

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How to download the internal memory of my Panasonic Lumix DMC T27 to the memory card


Go to previous view pics in internal memory, select the pic and then "move"at SD Card (work in some models).

Other possibilitie, take off the SD card and connected the camera at pc, open explorer software and copy/paste the pics from camera at one folder in the pc. Verify that the pics are saved and secure, so, delete the files in the internal memory. Turn off and unplugged the camera.

Then, take on SD card inside camera and reverse procedure, copy/paste from pc to SD card (like a external device).

Hope helps.

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Says internal memory is full. how do I clear it


You have to delete the pictures in the memory using the camera's function to do this. If you have a memory card in the camera, you might not be able to see the pics in the internal memory, so take it out first, then review the pics in the camera and delete as many as you can (not the ones you want to keep, obviously). When you put the memory card back in, the camera should save pics to that instead of internal memory, but if the internal memory is completely full, it can't work properly. It needs some elbow room.

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My dsc-w80 keeps saving all of my pics to the internal memory


Set camera on playback mode, you will see any saved picture in internal memory. Insert memory card and lcd screen will show you either blue screen if memory card has no picture files or will show you picture in memory card. That means memory card is intact with camera and ready to store fresh picture.
Set camera to camera mode and take few fresh pictures and check them in playback mode.
Let me know if you have additional question.
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How do I switch frm using the internal memory to the memory card? My Z612 is apparently not reading the memory card. When I turn the camera on I get a message that says "internal memory is full."


Download the pics you want to save from the internal memory. Then, with no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions.

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My kodak camera keeps saying that the internal


The internal memory is small. Your camera will continue to write to it until you erase the pics from it. Here's how...Remove the memory card. Download any pics you want to save from the internal memory. Go into the menu and find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions to erase the internal memory. Insert your card. It should work properly now. Promise yourself to never use the internal memory again.

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Will not read memory card says full


You need to switch the camera over to saving pics directly onto the SD card.

1: Menu, Cam settings, Chose AUTO or SD card option Press OK

Note if the SD card isn't in the camera or is unreadable the camera will automaticly go back to saving on the internal memory.

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Camedia e-10 camera. Pics use to save on memory card but now will only save on the camera, why?


Check your settings in the cameras menu. You should have the option to store pics in internal (camera) memory or internal and removeable memory.

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Nikon Camera is not saving pic's in memory card


go into the camera settings and check the storage selection..
it may have internal memory as well as the card

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