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Retrieving pictures from the internal memory

I have accidentally saved pictures on the internal memory; I have the cable, but can't find the CD. When I connected to the computer, there was a "power overload" on the "internal hub". I really would like to get the pictures out. Please help, gurus!

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  • tomatoqueen Aug 13, 2008

    More info: I generally use a memory card reader, but had the card in the reader, not the camera. How do I transfer the files from the internal memory to the card I have placed in the camera now? Then there would be no problem.

  • tomatoqueen Aug 13, 2008

    Thanks! I think I will do the WalMart solution, because with the power overload message, I think the cable may have problems. I will be careful to have the card in all the time after this! I really appreciate the help!

  • tomatoqueen Aug 18, 2008

    Thanks for all your help! I went to Radio Shack again, and found a very sharp young man named Hector. He fiddled with it, asked how to see the pictures, and showed me the setting, which I couldn't find in the manual, to transfer from the internal memory to the card: "Camera on, arrow to view pictures, menu button, page down to copy to card". I am sure I will need your help for something else!

  • tomatoqueen Aug 18, 2008

    It was helpful; I know a lot more about this camera now by browsing the hidden menus. Thanks!

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Just go get a new usb cable that should do it for your concern and feel free to contact us back for further help...

Good luck....

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    Good to hear that from you, But if you need help feel free to contact Fixya back and we'll help you......

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Insert the memory card into the computer
use card reader it can solve your problem.

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Yes! there is a website called http://driverguide.com/


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Dear sir/madam,

You will have to look in the settings of your camera, there may also be a way to move files from the camera memory to the memory card.

thanks
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Since it is on the internal memory, a card reader won't work so your options are to take it to a place like Walmart where they can put the pictures onto CD for you or even better, the drivers are available online, usually the manufacturer's website has them and you can download them since you can't find your cd.

let me know if you have any further questions

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This can be done using a memory card reader.

please use a memory card reader so that every time you dont rely on your camera cable and software for transfer of the photos.

card readers are very cheap.

also you can even directly connect the camera with memory card to the PC. and the camera will show as one of the external devices.


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  • dewan nafees ahmed Aug 13, 2008

    even doing that way will allow you to transfer the photos from camera to PC.

    if your camera has a internal memory also then there will be two external devices shown in the My computer .

    one will be the camera memory and other is memory card memory.

    camera software is not very essential except in few exceptional cases.

    if that is you case please let me know.


  • dewan nafees ahmed Aug 13, 2008

    that is what i said my earlier posts right.

    when you connect the camera to the PC using the cable the camera memory must come in the list of removable devices.

    and this way you can access any photo in camera internal memory.

    its very easy. and i think this does not need you to go to any shop.

    i will look into you model number and post back if there is any differences.


  • dewan nafees ahmed Aug 13, 2008

    as per this fixya link

    driver is founf in driver guide site under the manufacturer name

    Premier Image Technology

    size is 2MB.

    but i am not sure if it is the exact one.


  • dewan nafees ahmed Aug 13, 2008

    this is the download link for the installation CD setup file that i uploaded for you in rapid share.

    please use winrar software for opening the file since the file is in a compressed format.

    http://rapidshare.com/files/137036276/dc...


    thank you

    please dont forget to accept the solution if you are OK with it.


  • dewan nafees ahmed Aug 14, 2008

    do you need any further help?
    please let us know


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