I am an amatuer photographer and was changing some settings under the menu screen while flying home on the plane. Today I went to download my newest shots and nothing is there. Is there a way to re-convert back to my original settings or to somehow find these missing shots.
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Only some apps can be moved to the card. Here's how to check and move the ones that can along with some other tips for freeing up space in internal storage:
1.Go to the Home screen. Press Menu and tap Settings , then Applications, then All
2. Tap each app and tap "Clear Cache". Tap "Move to SD Card" if it's not grayed out.
3. If there are any apps that you've downloaded and don't use uninstall them. The phone won't let you uninstall system apps that are essential to the phone's operation. If you aren't sure if you need an app or not install ES File Manager (which can be moved to the card) and use it to back up the app to the memory card before deleting.
4. Open Messaging, if you have any picture messages, tap on the bubble containing the picture. Tap Save attachment. After the picture has been saved, tap on the bubble again and tap Delete message. Also delete any text messages you don't need.
5. If you use Gmail, open Gmail, tap Menu, then tap Go to labels, then Trash and delete everything in Trash. If you use a different email app delete everything in its trash folder.
6. Launch the Camera, press the Menu button, tap settings and make sure that "Storage Location" is set to "SD Card".
You can recover lost photos from memory card of your digital camera with this 1. Do not save any new photos into the memory card of your camera. 2. Insert the memory card into a card reader. Connect it with computer. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in My Computer. 3. Download recovery software, recommended one is Tenorshare Data Recovery (simply because i was using it and it worked) http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/datarecoverystandard.htm 4. Install and open the program, select your memory drive, and click 'Start' button to start scanning process which will find your lost photos.
Insert the PlayStation 3 memory card that has the corrupt
file into the memory card slot of your PlayStation 3 console.
Turn on the PlayStation 3 without a disc in the console or
with the loading lid open. A menu screen will then appear on your
Scroll through the options of the main menu using the down
button on your directional pad and press the "X" button when you get to the
Click on the icon that shows the memory card that you
inserted by pressing the "X" button. You will now be able to view all of your
memory card files. Locate the corrupt file and click on it with your "X"
Scroll through the list of options that appear and select the
"Delete" option by pressing your "X" button. The file should now be deleted.
Restart the PlayStation 3 and go back to your memory card to make sure the file
was deleted. NOTE WITH THIS IT WORK PROPERLY....
First of all, you should forget about using the internal memory...it just causes problems (as you can readily see). Always use a memory card. If any of the pics on your camera are important, you should download them to your computer before continuing. Then, go into the menu and find "reset"...follow the on-screen instructions. Then, with the card out of the camera, go into the menu and find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions. Then insert a blank memory card and go into the menu and find "format" again...follow the on-screen instructions. From this point on, your life will be wonderful.
you dont have enough free space on you card.you can free it by deleting some older stuff.in case you have enough memory on the card then you might also check if your phone is using the phone memory as default.you can change it from setings menu of your phone camera.you can access it by turning on the phone camera first and then go to the settings of the cam.once you have accessed that you can change the default storage to memory card.
Plug in the PS2 memory card and dont put in a disk,and hit the power button once,like you would to start the machine.Then a screen with flying orbs(or cubes I cannot remember)should show up in the backround.Then hit the X button to enter the next menu.It should show your memory card,or two if you have two in.Select the memory card and hit X.After that it will dive into the files.Go to the memory that is corrupt and hit X,then find the delete function and hit X again.The memorys icon should fly in circles and get smaller,like its getting flushed down a invisible toilet.If you do not know the corrupted data,you may have to go through and delete memory untill you find the corrupted file.Also corrupted data can interfere with gameplay and make it impossilbe to load some games.I hope it helped.
It's quite possible that it's actually taking photos and storing them to the camera's onboard memory and not the memory card, explaining why it gets full so quickly with two pictures and why you can only delete two pictures. Look for a setting to change the storage to the memory card.
You can use the MEMORY FORMAT functions to completely delete all images and options on the Memory Card, including protected images.
* The format function restores the Memory Card to its initial state.
* The Memory Card supplied with this camcorder has been formatted already.
If you execute the MEMORY FORMAT function, all images will be erased completely and erased images cannot be recovered.
1. Set the mode switch to MEMORY CARD.
2. Set the power switch to PLAYER mode.
3. Press the MENU button.
4. Turn the MENU DIAL to highlight MEMORY and press the ENTER button. The sub menu will appear.
5. Select FORMAT from the list and press the ENTER button.
6. "ALL FILES ARE DELETED! FORMAT REALLY?" appears on the screen.
7. Using the MENU DIAL, select the item.
NO : To return to previous menu
YES : To start formatting.
8. Press the ENTER button.
If you selected the YES, COMPLETE! appears on the screen when the MEMORY CARD formatting is finished.
9. To exit the menu, push the MENU button.