I got my PDA used and i have tried to the camera. Nothing comes up. I had to actually go inot the windows directory in the phone to try to acess it but it doesnt work. I did a soft and a hard restart but none of those worked. It's like the camera is not even part of the pda
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Try to do a hard reset and then try again to open your camera. If still doesn't work, and you are experiencing software error, I suggest to bring your pda to a service center to further check your pda.
Assuming you're using a Windows based computer, I would start by right-clicking START, then Explore then look at your folders and directories to see if your camera drive is listed. If it is, then you're set. Click on that and upload your photos. If you cannot see the drive for your camera, try a different method of uploading like USB to test it.
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After surfing for solutions, I tried uninstalling all the Fuji software and using Windows to pull the pictures off the camera...It worked! Card and USB were working just fine even though they came back with errors using the Fuji software.
The D50 works with SD cards. Your 4GB card is actually an SDHC card. While it fits into the slot, it will only work with devices specifically designed to accept SDHC cards. The D50 wasn't. It only works with SD cards, 2GB and smaller.
The videos taken should be in the same directory as the photos, but with a different extension. If you look at your memory card in windows explorer, the directory structure looks like "drive letter: \ DCIM \ 100SANYO \ SANY0001.JPG" or "drive letter: \ DCIM \ 100SANYO \ SANY0002.MP4"
The .MP4 files are the videos. You can copy them from that directory to somewhere on the computer where you can edit them or put them onto DVD.
I changed the battery in my PDA recently and encountered the same problem. The fix for me was in the camera circuit board cable, the one at the top. For some reason, there is no actual plug for cable to go in, so I thought it just rested as is. The cable must actuly be pulled gently back towards the top of the PDA and then aligned with the contact pins from the circuit board. Again, it doesn't actually plug in to anything, but just rests against the pin connector. Be careful reassembling, because the ribbon cable can pop out of place easily (it essentially becomes "spring loaded" when put in place). Hope this works for you.