Can't read old pics from memory card. Old camera broke. I bought a new 1. Put old memory card in slot and it said No images found or whatever What can I do w/o deleting my old pics I just wanna look @ my daughter's b-day pics? please help. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Try putting the new memory card into the camera and format the card. If the camera doesn't accept that it has a memory card turn the camera off remove the battery and then after about ten seconds put the battery back in and turn it on and see if you can format the new card again. You should always format the memory cards in the camera, even though there is a delete for single images leave them on the card and format the card. Always format the card in the camera not the computer. By deleting single images in on the card while in the camera it sets up little partitions and pretty soon the memory card is rendered useless. Formatting in the computer writes a little program to the card which the camera can not read.
I own a mac and always use an external usb card reader to download my pics and it works great. Also, I know that you need to get your pics off first, but you may need to reformat you card at some point so that it will read faster and work quicker in your camera.
For your software issue, have you tried download the software from kodak's website? The program shouldn't cause your apple to crash. I would try re-installing it from there website.
The SD card may have to be reformated. You should do this in the camera you want to use the SD card with. Do not format the card with your computer.
In you manual or on the menu of your camera there is a "Format" procedure. follow that and your camera will work again (REMEMBER) if you have images on the SD card down load them before you format the card.
Once you down load the images from your camera you should reformat the card to clear it in order to shoot more images.
go to Main Menu > Gallery > Memory card > Create a folder
named "images" and then try taking some pics and the problem should get
solved AND also try deleting some previous pics and see if you're able
to take pics.
Hi mystical9473, Even if your camera does not have a slot for this type of card, you may be able to keep it for backup or storage. There are memory card readers available that read several different formats, meaning you can transfer files back and forth between the cards or your computer. Depending on the prices you find, you may be able to purchase an additional SD card for less than a media card reader, so do your research before making a purchase. Thank you, Jason,
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See if there is a copy feature in menus where you can internally copy from internal memory to card-kodaks and some other manufs offer this feature-i would offload internal pics w/usb to computer and then just start using new card-get a memory card reader also and you can put from comp back to memory card w/reader-no need normally to format new memory card-just don't format internal or you will lose pics