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128Mb memory card

I have a card of memory of 128Mb, and when shot more than 90 photos, when making download the program does not download them all, I have that to always make two discharges, to remove all the photos of the card.

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Re: 128Mb memory card

I did't use the Epson program after only a while! I prefer to "cut and paste" Jpg-files by myself through "Windows Explorer" to a newly named-folder of date (yyyy-mm-dd format) on the Hard-Drive of my Computer. Because the very foolish camera designers start EPSN0001.JPG each time, I had then taken a 640x480 "All Black (Lens cap on) photo" of the mininum size (<36KB) to be kept permanently in the EPSON directory of the Compact Flash card. Every time "before" I download (or should be upload) all photos from the Compact Flash, I must "first" re-name that black photo to a number being one more then the last taken number. Then next time the camera will start from that number and all taken photos will not be started from 0001! P.S.: I do more troble to re-name the black photo again after uploading to the "exact" last taken number to make every photo number "continuously" without skipping any one with most accuracy in numbering, AND that also "re-arrange" the black photo entry to the first position of the DIR of the Compact Card. NOTE that this is NOT really essentially/necessarily to do so but is my preference ONLY! Really! I had taken more than 20,000 photos without any mess in photo names, although the camera will creates a new DIR after 9999! Actually my EPSON had fired shuitter OVER 40,000 with 20,000 of them trials for fun nearly every day!

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Re: 128Mb memory card

I've never had this problem. I have 128 MB and 256 MB Viking CFs and I've had as many as 210 shots on a card. The Cameo viewer software is very good about automatically recognizing that the camera is connected and saving everything to a new folder. I use this frequently on my home PC running Windoze98se; and I've used it on a Dell Inspiron notebook running WinXP Pro. Short of buying a card reader and installing new USB driver (depending upon your operating system), the only thing I could suggest is to uninstall the Epson software and reinstall it. Perhaps there is something corrupt in the installation. --

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