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When I touch the cover where the CF memory card is located then an "access" warning appears on the viewfinder following with the text "REC folder is 101MSDCF".

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Yep - same problem as mine. It is the CF Door switch that is at fault. Door on my F828 is a little loose now

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My mobile is nokia x3-02 and my memory card password is lost


follow this procedure 1. Insert the Micro SD card into your card reader on your computer. Right-click your Start button and then click Explore. Find the Micro SD card, it will be listed as a removable disk.
2. Click on the microSD card and files appear on the right. Locate the file MMCSTORE and then choose Copy.
3. Click directly on your desktop, then click Paste. This will move the MMCSTORE file on the desktop, so you have edit access.
4. Right-Click on the MMCSTORE then click Open With. Open the file with Notepad.
5. Read the text for the password. It will be in plain text.
6. Remove the SD card from the computer and insert it into the device, which it used as a warehouse. Turn on the camera. When he asks for a password, enter it.

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My sny cyber shot DSC-W120 camera doesnot allow me to take snaps at my memory card rather all the snaps stored at internal memory, which leads for maximum 5-10 snaps. How to avoid this, so that i can take...


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Please follow these steps in order for you to store snaps in your memory card by default:
  1. Press HOME
  2. select Manage Memory > select Memory tool
  3. Press Change REC. folder then select your memory stick or the folder which you want to save your pictures to.
Thanks!

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How to copy photo from phone memory to memory card?


DEAR SIR,
YOU CAN DO That BY FOLLOWING THIS METHODS:

1.start your phone and access main MENU and then find out FILE MANAGER icon from menu,it may be located in application folder or settings folder.Their will be two sections one PHONE MEMORY and MEMORY CARD ,first locate your photo files (it may be in phone memory - images) and select your destination photo files,and select OPTIONS -ORGANISE -COPY TO FOLDER and select MEMORY CARD (you can copy it to any folder of the memory card)
2.by simply
MENU - FILEMANAGER - select - PHONE MEMORY- IMAGES- PHOTO FILE -OPTIONS - ORGANISE - COPY TO FOLDER- MEMORY CARD -ANY FOLDER-and press -COPY - icon

plese follow this order and make a smile
thank you

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How to transfer photos from CF to desktop


Hello

OK, firstly, you basically have 2 options.

Firstly you can put the CF card in a camera and transfer the data using the USB cable.

Or

You can buy yourself a CF card reader , as seen in the image below.

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This is the easier and much more convenient way of performing this task. You wil be able to buy this reader at any computer or camera store for about $20.

please feel free to let me know if you need any further assistance.

Kind regards
Andrea

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