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After downloading the photos to your computer then click on Date created at the top of the your picture folder. The photos will the sort by the date the photos were taken starting from the earliest date. If you click on Date created again it will sort by the latest date the photos were taken.
The reason this occurred is that you likely never formatted the card. The card will work fine in the beginning but eventually will corrupt. AFTER you've recovered the photos, format the card in your camera to prevent this from happening again (dig out that instruction manual to figure out how). Keep in mind formatting will also totally erase your card, so again only do this after you've recovered the photos.
Haven’t been able to find any software, but you can try the following workaround: 1. Plug in the camera to the PC and ensure it is detected by the PC. 2. Right click START button and select Explore. 3. From the left panel, scroll to the drive corresponding to your camera. (It will usually be located after the last DVD/CD ROM Drive letter. 4. Click on that drive to expand the folders in the right pane. 5. Search for the relevant pictures from a folder within that drive. 6. Copy the required pics (Hold CTRL and click on pics in case you want to select more than one pic). Then rightt click and select "COPY" 7. Once you copied all the needed pics, select a folder on your computer (or create a new one) and paste the pics into this folder. 8. You're done :)
An external memory card reader is an easy alternative way to copy files from your camera's memory card to your computer.
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try to put the back your sd card in your camera then go to option in your camera and search the copy file to memory / copy pictures...i try this in my camera....it works!!! if this won't work try to download your camera driver/software...
The camera comes with a CD, If you don't have this photo share softwares in your computer, you won't be able to download. Also you can take your camera xd or sd card to a store with photo service and have your pictures on a CD. From the CD you can download to the computer.
just change the resolution set the camera on photo mode then press trash button, it should display the resolutions i recomend 1.3 megapixels for normal pictures, when you need the high resolution change it to better also if you use the options of the photo mode you can change from fine to normal picture quality
as a matter of fact there is.... 1).press photo replay button 2).hit the ''W'' button, it has somewhat of a checker board above it 3).press middle button, then hit select, green box will show 4).click middle button on all pics u want deleted 5).then simply trash it hope this helps if u need more info email me at: email@example.com