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I have a polaroid pdc 3035 camera, i pressed
Im sorry to disappoint you but when you format it ,this mean that you not just deleted all that you had on your card and camera memory ...but also made it raw and format the memory again on the allocation unit size...so...if you have the pictures downloaded somewhere its fine cause you have a chance to save them or even put them back on the card ..if this was the only place where they were present they are gone for good...
Next time save pictures before format ...even if you just shoot a few ...make a habbit to insert the card on a card reader and copy them on the computer or better on a disk as a back-up...or use the data cable to do that and beware ...even so if you cut them from the card instead of copy ....or if you click on the case that says delete after import ....this end up with loosing them from the card ...and only get them on the computer ...and even here they are not safe cause any computer can crash anytime and end up loosing them also ...so always back up ...or save them on a disk or even on a hosting site on the internet ...
on Mar 07, 2010
No software to load pictures onto my pc
if its digital and you have a card that goes into your camera, you can take it out.. put it into you compuer reader if you have one on your computer, its a slot for the sound card, if not you can buty a card reader..its called scan disk. it takes 4 sizes of cards..intalled this on your computer and then put your card into slot and you should beable to see your picture on computer. . or go onto google and type your camera name and downloads and c if they have anything there.or call the manufature of the camera to see if theyll send you another at a cost. hope this help
on Mar 01, 2009
Computer "hangs up" when displaying the Polaroid Album in PhotoMAX
This error or system hang-up is usually caused by:
1. the camera driver software attempting to read a corrupted photo; or
2. there are too many photo thumbnails stored in the PhotoMAX temporary storage area.
In either case, the problem can be corrected by manually deleting the Fun! Digital 320 camera thumbnails from the Polaroid Album (using the Windows Explorer or My Computer icons).
Follow these steps to delete the Fun! Digital 320 temporary files:
Step 1 -- Locate the temporary photo files
If you are familiar with Windows Explorer, simply browse directly to:
C:\Program Files\Polaroid\PhotoMAX SE\Digital 320
If you are new to browsing the file system, follow these steps:
1. Double-click on the My Computer icon on the desktop.
2. Double-click on the C: drive.
3. Double-click on the Program Files folder.
4. Double-click on the Polaroid folder.
5. Double-click on the PhotoMAX SE folder.
6. Double-click on the Digital 320 folder.
Step 2 -- Delete the temporary photo files
Inside the Digital 320 folder, you will see many files, most of which will be bitmap image files. All of the bitmap files that start with dsc_ (example: dsc_005.bmp) must be deleted.
To delete the files, you can either drag them into the Recycle Bin, or highlight each file by single-clicking on it and pressing the Delete key on the keyboard. To select multiple files at once, hold down the Shift key on the keyboard as you click on them, then press Delete.
IMPORTANT: Do not delete the following files from the Digital 320 folder:
* Polaroid Album.exe
on Sep 14, 2005
Where does PhotoMAX store photos on my computer?
Photos downloaded from a Polaroid digital camera are automatically stored within special PhotoMAX folders on your computer's C: drive. The exact location depends upon your camera model.
Click Here to find where PhotoMAX stores photos on your computer.
NOTE: PhotoMAX automatically saves photos in the JPEG compressed format and names them according to when they were downloaded to your computer.
on Sep 14, 2005
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