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Memory card Can I reload a memory card and continue shooting without losing previous pictures?

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As long as there is space on your memory card you can continue to take pictures. But once your card is full you need to download them onto your computer and clear your memory card so that you have room for more photos.

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The computer ask me to reformat my memory card.how can i not reformat it to restore the file that's in my memory card?


You can't reformat a memory card without losing ALL the information it contains.
Will your computer let you download the files you want to keep?
If so do that, format the card then reload the files to it.

May 20, 2011 | Cameras

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When you recieve a "Card Error" or "Card Not Initialized" message, this indicates that your memory may be temporarily corrupted. This can be due to not formatting your memory card on a consistent basis. Most consumers will use the "delete all" feature and continue to take pictures. By doing this, the file format of the card may become unstable.<br /><br />We recommend formatting your memory card in your camera after saving the images from your previous shooting session. Once a memory card is formatted, the images will not be recoverable.<br /> <br /> If this doesn't fix the Card Error, try replacing your batteries with a new, fresh pair of batteries. Also, if you haven't tried already, replace the memory card with a known working card and see if this fixes your error.

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Took pics with shoot without card setting on


No. This setting simply allows the camera to go through the motions without a memory card, so you can demonstrate it in the shop. The alternative is to lock the camera so as to prevent shooting without a memory card. Either way, no pictures are saved.

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Have a Finepix S602Zoom which on warning display now shows ''Card not initialised''- have bought a new 4GB card- but still have the same problem.. Any ideas - software prob?


This is a common error in the FinePix product range. When you receive a "Card Error" or "Card Not Initialized" message, this indicates that your camera's memory may be temporarily corrupted. This can be due to not formatting your memory card on a consistent basis. Most users will use the "delete all" feature and continue to take pictures but by doing this the file format of the card may become unstable and unusable.

Fuji recommends formatting your memory card in your camera after saving the images from your previous shooting session. Once a memory card is formatted the images will not be recoverable. So format the current cards and they should be useable again.

Sep 25, 2009 | Fuji FinePix S7000 Digital Camera

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Formatting required after taking photos on card and dont want to lose photos already on card


Did you use the camera to format the card before you shot any pictures. If not, the camera can't use the card and used its own memory to store the photos. Use the camera to format the card, then the camera can continue to shoot more photos and store them on the card. When you download them to the computer, remember to get the one from the camera too.

May 11, 2009 | Lexar Professional High-Speed 2GB Secure...

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Black images


Hello,
Try to take picture without memory card and observe that still camera goes to Off?

Jul 23, 2008 | Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D / Dynax 7D...

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Memory card problem


wheather you check in computer repair shop is their any virus present in memory card? format your memory card! check virus is present in your computer or not! ?Try it!

Jul 11, 2008 | Nikon Coolpix S3 Digital Camera

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Memory card problem


The only solution left is to get a card reader and insert the card in the card reader.

when the card is detected it will show a removeable drive in My Computer. Right click on the removeable drive and click on properties....now click on the the tab which says Tools......now under error checking click on Check Now......now click both the option that is Automatically fix the system errors and Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors.

After the scan is complete the card will work fine.

May 30, 2008 | Kodak EasyShare C633 Digital Camera

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Fuji Finepix XD card was being used last night


When you recieve a "Card Error" or "Card Not Initialized" message, this indicates that your memory may be temporarily corrupted. This can be due to not formatting your memory card on a consistent basis. Most consumers will use the "delete all" feature and continue to take pictures. By doing this, the file format of the card may become unstable.

We recommend formatting your memory card in your camera after saving the images from your previous shooting session. Once a memory card is formatted, the images will not be recoverable.

Jan 01, 2008 | Fuji FinePix A345 Digital Camera

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Can no longer find pictures on media card after using Continuous mode


Here is what I would do...

I am assuming that you are using an external memory card reader that plugs into USB and that you are only seeing a portion of what the card contains.

Plug the camera directly into your USB port using the USB cable that came with your camera. (Or one like it. Whatever. :P) See if Windows is able to see the images that way instead of using your memory card reader.

If you are able to see the images that way, back the images up onto your computer from the camera.

Use the camera itself to format the card. Make sure to do a "LOW LEVEL FORMAT" when you do.

Take the following into account:
  • You may have formatted the card in Windows. Sometimes this may cause read/write errors in the file system on the memory card when being used in the camera.
  • Use a HIGH-SPEED memory card when using continuous shooting mode as the memory card you're currently using may not be able to keep up with the average write speed that it requires. This camera is very capable of writing at high speeds. The memory card may not be.
Please let me know what comes of this solution as I myself am curious.

Cyryl

Nov 11, 2007 | Canon PowerShot S3 IS Digital Camera

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