I am getting the "No Card" prompt EVERY time I try to insert a memory card. The door closes correctly...but no card registers. I am inserting the card correctly and I have tried several different cards many times...and it is always the same. Any thoughts?
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Re: "No Card" prompt
Hey RustyFL, This prompt should mean either there is no card in the camera or the card in the camera is not the right type of card or it is inserted incorrectly. Unless the card is inserted incorrectly it sounds like there might be a problem with your camera. Directions on how to insert the card are on page 24 of your camera manual, and I have included a link to a PDF download of your manual in case you no longer have it. You could also try cleaning the card contacts with an eraser or a cotton swab and some rubbing alcohol. If none of this works I would have the camera looked at by an authorized service technician. I hope this helps! http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/C-4000Z_Reference_English.pdf Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
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Re: "No Card" prompt
It sounds like either a firmware problem, or hardware problem...try downloading the proper firmware and if that doesn't work. then it's most likely the card reader of the camera....try taking it in to a camera repair shop.
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A micro SD card is the correct memory card for the 14xx series. A 2 GB should be just fine. Some units can not handle a large memory SD card. This has nothing to do with the physical size however.
Are you sure it isn't a micro SD card that is inserted into a standard SD card adapter? A standard SD card is much larger and will not fit into the 14xx series. Look at the end of the SD card that does not have the gold pins and see if there is a ridge where the micro SD card may be inserted into the larger standard SD adapter. Using a fingernail, you can slide the micro SD card out from the SD card adapter. Also, the micro SD card will only insert one way. Try flipping it over and inserting it again, always with the gold pins facing the Nuvi.
If the camera displays Memory card error, No Memory Card, or takes an
abnormally long time to write an image to the memory card, when a memory
card is inserted or any of the above error messages, make sure that the
card is inserted properly. For SD card, make sure that the card lock
switch is in the correct position and not stuck in-between.Try formating the memory card ,if after formatting the card in the camera the error persists, try
another memory card. If this occurs with only the one card it is likely
that the memory card is defective, if the error persists over more than
one card the camera may require service.
The images you take with your PDC 640 camera are stored on a removable 3.3V SSFDC or SmartMedia 2 MB memory card (also available in 4 MB and 8 MB). Note: You must insert the memory card before you can turn on the camera.
If camera beeps is enabled, the camera beeps if the card is not installed and displays the [ ] message on the Status panel.
To insert the memory card: 1. Make sure the lens cover is closed (the power is off). 2. Open the memory compartment on the side of the camera. 3. Insert the memory card into the slot (gold side of the card facing the front of the camera). Make sure the card is pushed firmly into the slot. Note: The camera prompts you to format the memory card if it is not formatted. The camera displays the format menu on the LCD viewfinder. Press the button next to Format. 4. Close the memory compartment cover.
If you can, try using a different memory card. Else, your memory card contact terminals inside the camera may have become worn, causing the camera to not recognize the card once it is inserted.
You may need to format the card first before you use it.
Insert the PS2 memory card into the first memory card slot on your Playstation 2. Make sure that the card is all the way in the slot the card may not register when you turn on your Playstation 2.
Turn on the Playstation with no game or DVD inside of it. Wait for the main menu to pop up on your television screen.
Using your PS2 controller, highlight the memory card option and press the X button. This will open up the memory card menu, which will allow you to delete data or transfer data from one memory card to another.
Wait for the Playstation 2 to send you a prompt asking you to format your new memory card.
Click "Yes" when the formatting prompt appears on the screen. This will automatically format and set up your new memory card for use with your
Open the camera memory card door on the side of the camera.
Insert the camera memory card into the slot with the connecting end of
the card facing the camera, and the lip on the card facing toward the
front of the camera.
CAUTION: The camera memory card can
only be inserted one way into the camera. Forcing the card in the wrong
way may damage your camera.
Push the camera memory card all of the way into the card slot and then close the door.
Make sure that no dirt is present when you close the door.
To access the memory card reader without using the software provided, follow the steps below. If no card is inserted, the green light on the card reader will be on. Insert a memory card. • Insert the card with the brand name label facing up. • If there is an arrow on the card, make sure it points toward the printer. • If needed, make sure you connect the memory card to the adapter that came with it before inserting it into the slot. Wait for the light located to the right of the slots on the printer to come on. The light blinks to indicate the memory card is being read or is transmitting data. • The printer recognizes one memory card at a time. If you insert more than one memory card, a message appears on the display prompting you to remove all memory cards inserted. • If a USB flash drive is inserted together with the memory card, a message appears on the display prompting you to choose which memory device to use. When reading of images is complete, the number of photos found appears on the display. Then you can make your selection and print. these are the types of memory card supported by you printer. xD-Picture Card • Secure Digital (SD) • Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) • Mini Secure Digital (with adapter) • Micro Secure Digital (with adapter) • MultiMedia Card (MMC) • Reduced Size MultiMedia Card (with adapter) • MultiMedia Card mobile (with adapter) • Memory Stick (MS) • Memory Stick PRO • Memory Stick Duo (with adapter) or Memory Stick Duo PRO (with adapter)
For Genius G-Shot HD55 you need to insert the SDHC card deeper into the slot until it clicks closed, like opening a pen, then when you want to remove it press it again until it clicks to release, like closing a pen. Your card is recognised after the deep click insertion and restarting the camera.