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Re: Memory care error
You will probably have to reformat the SD card. This can happen once in a while as SD cards are often subjected to a lot on trips etc. Tips to good removable device use:
Careful storing your camera for extended periods of time in extreme heat or cold.
When not using an SD card for an extended period of time remove it from the camera and store it in a plastic SD card case or other storage container away from magnets, microwaves, and household pets.
When removing your camera from the computer, use the safely remove device utility in Windows, don't just yank it out.
Large capacity SD cards mean more data to lose. SD cards are like floppy disks, do not rely on your SD card to archive photos, documents, etc. Backup SD cards to your drive or burn them to CD frequently.
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First of all, do not save any new file to camera's memory card.
Take out memory card, and connect it to computer using a card reader. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in Windows Explorer. Download asoftech photo recovery software http://www.asoftech.com/apr/ Install and open the photo recovery software, select the memory card, and click 'Start' button.
You said it in the last seven words "deleted the pictures off the memory cards" Once the pictures have been downloaded to the computer Hard Drive you need to Format the memory card. Formatting a memory card is done in the camera it is to be used which brings it back to a clean surface and compatibility. Your manual said that "normally" formatting isn't necessary which is a pile the bull left behind. I could go into detail as to why format but I'm trying to keep this short/ Here is a diagram to show you where the "format" menus is and what to do with it.
The five pics are being stored on the camera's internal memory. The card you used was formatted and used in your phone. It's a miracle it worked at all. You need to get a new card, format it in your new camera have fun.
Does this camera take a memory card, separate from the built-in memory of the camera? If so, remove that memory card and look closely at all sides and edges, to make sure that there is not a read-only protection switch on it.
Many of these memory cards have tiny switches, sliders back and forth, that protect the memory from being erased.
If you slid that switch into the locked position without being aware that it is there, and without knowing that you did, then the error message makes sense.
Remove the memory card and look at it very carefully.
I had the same problem with my powershot and with the batteries going bad super fast. The way to fix it is to empty your memory card of all pictures then put it back in the camera blank. That should take care of the problem and should pro;long your battery life as well.
There is probably nothing wrong with your camera. See below.
**An important event like the birth of a baby is *not* the time to start using a camera you do not understand. Complicated cameras do not take better pictures. You would be far better to borrow a simple point and shoot camera so you can concentrate on taking pictures you will treasure instead of worrying about settings on a camera you have "no idea how to use". This may not be what you want to hear, but you will thank me if you follow my advice!**
If you don't have access to any other camera... Learn to use your D70 when there is no pressure. Did you get a manual with the camera, or do you know the person you got it from? If you can answer yes to either of these, then that is where to start. There should be a quick start guide with the camera too.
To answer your questions:
F33 and [r05] don't tell us anything about your camera's state or ability to take a picture. They are certainly not error messages.
F33 is the lens aperture (i.e. how wide the circular hole is to let light in) - F33 is very small. We'll go back to settings.
[r05] means you can take 5 pictures in a row before the camera needs to pause to clear the buffer. You should only see this when you half press the shutter release button. Ignore it.
If your camera is working correctly and you have a memory card in it, you will see how many pictures you can shoot until the card is full in the same place you saw [r05].
If you see  you can take 73 more pictures on that card (with your current settings), if you see [-E-] there is no memory card in the camera and if you see [Full]... you guessed it, the card is full.
Sometimes the camera just gets a bit confused and you need to turn it off, remove and replace the card and turn it on again.
Turn the camera on and slightly press, then release the shutter. If the screen on the back is showing anything, you pressed too hard. Wait for the screen to clear...
On the back is a vertical row of buttons beside the screen, press and hold the bottom one (marked ENTER).
While you are still holding the button in, rotate the dial on the back (top right) with your right thumb...
You will see the words in the bottom left of the top screen change through RAW, Fine, etc etc. Stop when it says Fine.
Still holding the back button in (see step 2), rotate the front dial (beneath the shutter release button) with you right forefinger until you see and L in the small box next to the word Fine.
You are now set up to take nice quality pictures that don't use up too much room on your memory card. How many can you take? By changing the picture quality from Fine to Norm (step 4) and the image size from Large to Medium (step 5) to will be able to take more pictures.
If you see [full] or you a low number, you should go and get another memory card. 512MB or 1GB are easily big enough and cost peanuts. Turn the camera off before removing or inserting cards.
If you see the word "For" flashing when you insert a new card, it needs to be formatted by the camera. This will erase everything on the card. Make sure it is a blank card and press the two buttons marked "Format" simultaneously for 3 seconds. The top panel will flash. Press the two buttons again to format the card or press anything else to cancel.
With a card in and the camera turned on, rotate the top dial on the left hand end on the camera until the green icon and the word "Auto" are lined up with the white line. In this mode, the camera does everything for you except take the lens cap off, frame the picture and release the shutter.
Take the lens cap off, frame the picture you want and press the the shutter release.
if you have a DSLR and your'e getting this "error 99" it may be associated with the particular lens youre using. try turning off the camera and removing the battery, the lens, and the memory card. let it sit for half an hour. reinsert the battery only and depress the shutter button as if you were to take a normal picture. if error 99 occurs again, then the camera needs servicing. if it error 99 doesn't occur at this point, turn the camera off and install the memory card. format the memory card while it's in the camera and press the shutter button as if youw ere to take a normal picture again. if you see error 99, then the problem probably lies with the memory card. if it doesn't occur, turn off the camera and install the lens. again, power on the camera and press the shutter as if you are taking a normal picture. if the error occurs, then it's with the lens. try to clean the lens including the connection points both on the camera and the lens. if the error code still occurs, try different lens to narrow it down to which particular lens is giving the issue. if it happends with all the lens, then the camera needs to be serviced.
1. see in the specification details of your camera what memory card is compatible for camera. for S630 it is SDHC/MMC/SD card (Up to 4GB Guaranteed). see if you're using memory card within this capacity and type. If you're using a different memory card type and capacity, try to use memorycard that is compatible with your camera.
2. try to use memory card to other devcie like cameras, cellphones and other devices and if it still has error problem, your card may be the one defective. use other cards.
3. try to take pictures without using memory card. use only the internal memory of camera. if camera still display this error meassage, camera needs service.
hope these options solve one of your problems. c",)