HELP!! Hi, I need help. I just accidently dropped my camera memory card in my server. And I dont know how to take it out I dropped it in the big slot, should I take it to best buy? Will they take it out? If so, how much will it cost?
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I would carefully remove it yourself with a paperclip - make sure not to poke any of the pins toward the back of the card slot. Or, you could probably shutdown your computer, unplug everything from the computer tower, and unscrew the back and side with a screwdriver - it looks complicated, but there are usually no more than 4-6 screws holding the back into place.
This is a quick job, unless there is some special feature about your card slot that I don't know about. Best Buy or CompUsa may even agree to do it for free (or very cheap).
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it all depends on what brand / model camera you have..?
but the following should work..
every camera comes with a memory card nowadays so if you find the compartment
in the camera where it is located and take it out...(its usually in the same place as the battery)..
then put it into a computer that has slots for memory cards, (sd cards, micro sd cards etc..).
once its in the computer go to "my computer" and you should see it listed under removable storage..
click into it and you should be then able to drag your photos off the memory card...
If you just need to put music in it, you may try getting a memory card reader, insert your memory card and then transferring the songs through pc by connecting the card reader. Usually, the Music folder or Audio folder is where you place the songs and then it will be read and recognized by the phone once you insert it back.
The issue is the card is overheating you can take the card out and ensure that its clean and if nothing seems to work you will have to replace the card this is a common issue with this card. Most of the time you can remove the fan cover on the video card and clean the dust out of it and it will work.
The simplest way would be to buy a universal card reader with a USB 2.0 interface that supports your camera's memory card. It would plug into the macbook's usb port and you can drag and drop. These can be had for less than $20.
The following information lists the type and maximum storage capacity of the memory card that each type of camera accepts.
EASYSHARE CX-, DX-, LS-Series Cameras accept:
DX3500, DX3600, DX3900: CF memory cards up to 1 GB
LS755: xD memory cards only
All other CX, DX, LS: SD memory cards up to 1 GB
EASYSHARE C-Series Cameras accept:
C300, C310, C315, C330, CD33, CW330, C530, CD40, CD50: SD memory cards up to 1 GB
C340, C360, C433, C503, C533, C603, C633, C643, C663, C703, C743, C875: SD memory cards up to 2 GB
CD43: xD memory cards only All other C-Series Cameras: SDHC and SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB
EASYSHARE M-Series Cameras accept:
M590, M583, M577 TOUCH, M5370 TOUCH: MicroSD and MicroSDHC memory cards up to 32 GB
All other M-Series Cameras: SD, SDHC, SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB
EASYSHARE P-Series Cameras accept:
P850, P880: SD memory cards up to 2 GB
P712: SD or SDHC memory cards up to 4 GB
EASYSHARE SLICE Digital Camera accepts:
MicroSD and MicroSDHC memory cards up to 32 GB.
EASYSHARE V-Series Cameras accept:
V1233, V1253, V1073, V1273: SDHC, SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB All other V-Series Cameras: SD memory cards up to 2 GB EASYSHARE Z-Series Cameras accept:
Z610, Z650, Z700, Z710, Z730, Z740, Z760, Z7590: SD memory cards up to 2 GB All other Z-Series Cameras, including MAX: SDHC and SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB FUNSAVER FD-Series Cameras accept:
SD and SDHC memory cards up to 32 GB EASYSHARE ONE Camera accepts:
SD and SDHC memory cards up to 1 GB
Most KODAK Digital Cameras are compatible with SD, SD/MMC, and/or SDHC memory cards.
Most current KODAK Digital Cameras are compatible with SDHC UHS-1 memory cards.
All KODAK Digital Cameras that are compatible with SDHC and SDHC UHS-1 memory cards use cards with Speed Class up to Class 10.
MicroSD and MicroSDHC cards with SD adapters can also be used in cameras that use SD or SDHC cards if the storage capacity criteria above is followed.
KODAK Digital Cameras are not compatible with SDXC memory cards.
Check if your batteries are getting hot when charging. If it is, then your charger is working. Maybe it is your battery. If you want to store your files in your memory card, you can do so by inserting your card into a memory card reader. I dont know if samsung is like motorola wherein, if the phone has a memory card and the connection setting for the phone is to read the memory card by usb. Then windows xp recognizes this as a removable storage device. Or if you want to store files directly to your phone memory, you will need the software cd included in the box.
Backing up data is a simple proposition. You just need to know what the company is about and how the server is structured. Most of the time, if done correctly, there will be a users folder on the server located on anything but the main drive. All user data should be there and should, by default backed up. There will also be another folder, again depending on the company, where all the data would reside. Most of the types of files to be backed up would be email files. If Outlook, these would be their PST files. Any WORD or EXCEL files, extensions DOC (DOCX if Office 2007), and XLS respectively. You also need to know what software they will be using. If you don't know, now's not a good time to learn.