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Internal memory I have the memory card issue and now although the computer says the software is installed, I cannot download pictures from the internal memory of my jazz dv 179 camera.

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  • oneeno Jun 08, 2008

    ...when trying to transfer sd card in camera to computer, mass storage will not execute, yet when card is out, program executes no problem. the avi are on the card as viewed through playback movie mode. when sd card was inserted into other hardware device, only jpegs were there, no avi showed present on card yet they are there...any suggestions?

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When the SD Card is In the device, the internal memery is disabled. Remove cam from connection, remove SD Card, re-connect camera. This should Resolve you problem. Be sure to have the correct drivers loaded before accessing card or camera.
Good Luck...
DoLittle

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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I have a Kodak EasyShare Z981 camera. It says my internal memory is full. What do I do?


You have to transfer the pictures and videos in the internal memory to your computer.For this you have to download and install Kodak software on your computer.

( Make sure the computer is connected to the Internet. When you connect the camera to the computer, the KODAK Software Downloader automatically runs. Follow the prompts to download and install KODAK Software.)

Please follow the steps below to connect your camera to your computer;
1. Turn off the camera.
2. Use the KODAK Camera USB Cable, U-8 to connect camera to computer. (Use only the cable included with this camera!)
3. Turn on the camera.
After the software is installed, follow the prompts to transfer pictures and videos to your computer.

* If the downloader does not run, find and launch it:
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• MAC OS: on your Desktop

Note: You can use the Memory card to save the pictures and videos taken on your camera.In this case you can also use a card reader to transfer your pictures/videos.This prevents the user from connecting the camera every time to transfer data.Eject the memory card and insert it into the card reader.

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I took pictures on my camera without a memory card can i still download my pictures


I'm glad to provide the steps to transfer images from Internal Memory of the Camera. When the camera does not have a memory card in it, the images are saved by default to the camera's internal memory, which holds different amounts of images based on how many megapixels are built into the internal memory and what image quality and compression are selected in the camera's menu. Once a memory\picture card is inserted in the camera, the camera then saves the photos to the memory\picture card and ignores the internal memory.

There are two ways to transfer the images from the internal memory.




  • To transfer photos to a computer from the internal memory using the USB cable, first remove the memory card from the camera. Then, when the camera is connected, the computer and software will only see what is in the internal memory and transfer those photos or videos. During the transfer process, the computer makes copies of the photos and videos-the original images remain in the internal memory. After the transfer is complete and the camera is safely disconnected from the computer, the contents of the internal memory can be deleted by using the MEMORY FORMAT function in the SETUP menu in the camera's menus.


  • The other way to transfer photos from the internal memory is to transfer them to the memory\picture card using the BACKUP function in the SETUP menu. If there is no memory\picture card in the camera, the BACKUP function is grayed-out. During BACKUP, copies of the images are transferred to the memory\picture card-the original images remain in the internal memory. After the BACKUP is complete, the internal memory can be cleared by removing the memory\picture card and formatting the internal memory using the MEMORY FORMAT function in the SETUP menu in the camera's menus.


Note: When the camera is connected to a computer using the USB cable with a memory\picture card in the memory\picture card slot, the computer will only see the contents of the memory\picture card.

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I tried to install software which came along with my digital camera nikon coolpix s3000. After installation I opened the icon but it showed some error. I need to transfer pictures from camera's internal...


If you need it, you can download the current versions of all (free) Nikon software from
http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/61

The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.

Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use Nikon Transfer or any other photo cataloging program.

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Okay a quick recap, memory card lock, possible internal memory trying to download, camera to computer software issues, failure to connect the USB cable to the USB port on the computer.

If you don't mind a suggestion I'd suggest buying a card reader and bypass the camera and software to download. The card reader can be purchase as a single card to fit your memory card type or a multiple memory card reader, which ever the computer looks at is as an external device, like an external Hard Drive or printer. You need to make a folder to put the pictures in "My Documents" or "Documents" "PC or Mac".

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We have pictures on our DSC-W170 camera but when we try to download them. All we get is 4 old pictures and none of the other shots


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How do i take pictures out of the internal memory of my camera to put them into my computer ?


Hello my friend,
Here two ways to transfer pictures from your internal memory into your computer:
1- If you have also an external memory in your camera, you can move the pictures from the internal memory into the external memory from the camera menu. then you take out the external memory and you insert it to your laptop if it has a memory slot, otherwise you will need to buy an all-in-one memory cards reader, it's very cheap and it's the easy way.
2- if you don't have an external memory and you have the USB cable, you can connect the camera directly to your computer. but you will need to have also the CD ans install the camera software in your computer and then you can browse your internal memory directly from the computer and then download them.
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Kodak easy share C813, the display is over saturated


Using exposure compensation to adjust picture brightness Before you take a picture, you can adjust exposure compensation to make pictures darker or lighter.
The exposure compensation level is shown on the LCD; the LCD gets brighter or dimmer.



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You need to upgrade the firmware.

Download this file to your pc and follow the instructions:

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Installation Instructions IMPORTANT: Print this page before continuing.


Prepare your Camera CAUTION: Loss of power during the firmware upgrade can render your camera inoperable.
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  3. Select Unzip to folder, and specify a location, or leave the default location.
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Select a Method
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  • If you have a memory card and a card reader, use Method 1 or Method 2.
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  6. Start EASYSHARE Software.
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  11. Turn off the camera, and then disconnect the USB cable from the camera.
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Method 2
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  5. Locate the firmware file on your computer and copy it into the System folder on the memory card.
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  9. Turn off the camera, and then turn it back on again.


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Try uploading your pictures into Scanner/Camera wizard on your computer. It will save them into a my pictures folder under my documents. Also make sure that they're not saved on your internal memory while you have a memory card installed, otherwise when you transfer it's only going to transfer the ones off the memory card and not the internal memory.

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