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Pictures won't go on memory card...?

Ok, I fixed the memory card problem (hopefully) but now, I'll take a few pictures, turn the camera off, then turn it back on, and the pictures are gone. The computer won't detect the pictures either. Any ideas? Thanks. :)

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  • wendizzle Jun 22, 2008

    my memory card is a SD 1GB kodak.

    the thing is, i can't even import them. as soon as i turn off the camera, the pictures delete.


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What size is the memory card you are using?

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Jun 22, 2008

    I got an idea. Instead of reformating your card after your done importing them, copy them from your memory card to a folder on your hard drive. Delete the pictures. Whatever format you are using in Widows to reformat your card with isn't compatible with your camera. If you need to reformat your card just use the camera.



  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Jun 22, 2008

    Thats odd. I would take it into a camera and have them look at it. Kodak has a good warranty on their stuff. And see if the card reader in the camera is working or if there is something else wrong with it.



    It needs some eyes to look at it.



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