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What file do I erase from the sd card to get the footage off? The cpi or the xmp? I'm just trying to format the card so that there isn't anything on it for a new project.

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If you're trying to format the card on a digital camera, all you need to to is go into the menu and find "format" and follow the on-screen instructions.

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Go to Settings. Find Storage, and select Dismount SD card.
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Your card may not be formatted -or- it is and it;s a proprietary format. If you want to format it, here is the instructions (for Windows):
Put your card into your computer (some have a slot or else use a card reader). Right click on that drive after it appears in My Computer and select Format; set the File System drop-down to NTFS (better file storage space) or FAT32 (more compatibility in older operating systems) and click Start.

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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.

I also do file recovery by the way.

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Make sure the little white switch on the side isn't set to write protect the SD card. Try and format the SD card, it will erase whatever is on the card. To do this right click the SD card removable disk under my computer, then click format. I would make sure you select FAT16 in the options there. Then try to copy files to the card again. If it still doesn't work, try using the SD card in another machine.

If the card works in another machine, we know the SD card is good. If it doesn't work, you might have a bad card.

If the card works in another machine, try another SD card in your laptop, to make sure the laptop connector for your card is not bad.

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Did you change the file name on the original video? Are you able to put the video back onto the camera? If you changed the file name, you can't put it back onto the camera. It also needs to be in AVI format which is the video format that the camera records in.

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