I'm planning to buy a new memory, but at the same time I'm aware of all the problems everyone is facing at the same time. please help me in choosing a good brand for memory card and suggest me the correct size of the card so that my mot slvr l7 can support.
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You will have to add a new card to the motherboard. Open the cover and insert the new card in a slot and close the cover.
Run the driver CD of the new card to install the drivers .
From Control Panel->System->HW->Device Manager select the old card and disable it. Also check if the new card shows.
Reboot the computer and connect the video cable to the new card.
Your new card is functional now. Go to Control Panel->Display->Settings and configure Colors and Resolution of the new card.
HI there if your battery are new & fully charged & after that you faced the same problem then i suggest you 2 things.
1. Remove the memory card and try to take a picture. If working then format the memory card & use that. Because if your memory card some how infected by virus then your camera operating system not work & you face that kind problem. After format if you face same then follow the paragraph 2.
2. Its mean your system not able to process the camera operation. There is a chance of processor damaged or Internal chips disconnected / damaged. In that case i suggest you please visit Kodak camera service center for repair. Thanks & waiting for your feedback.
No, unfortunately the SD600 was designed before SDHC format cards were introduced. The max card size that you should buy for your camera is 2GB standard SD. If you look around very hard, and if you're very lucky, you may still be able to find a 4GB standard SD card. But these are rare these day (everyone has gone to SDHC at that size card), and it will be at premium price.
problems with memory card of phone is after they get corrupted it might not work again... i suggest trying the card on other phone, if the problem still persist... im sure that the memory card is busted and sad to say but its time to buy a new memory card...
Hey jackie jean, If the two year extended warranty you are talking about is a performance service plan purchased at a Best Buy™ store then you could bring the camera into a Geek Squad® precinct in a Best Buy™ store, and they should be able to send it out for service at no charge to you. I am assuming you formatted the memory card in the camera, but if this is not the case and you have formatted the memory card using your computer then I would suggest formatting the memory card in the camera. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
i suggest you buy a new memory card...memory card errors usually occur when while loading pics your memory card is taken of or your computer or camera got turned off..Memory card problems are usually not solved best option is to buy a new one.