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My camera not detect the SD card memory
AI Answer Bot answer deleted. Its waffling answer misses the two most important facts.
First you don't supply the make and model of your camera, so I can't check your online manual, but the two reasons are.
1. The card has to be formatted within the camera. There is a setting 'format SD Card'. It has to be done within the camera as they all use a proprietary file storage system.
2. SD Cards are so cheap now, so you buy a quarter terabyte card (250 GB) to give you lots of storage, BUT that camera can only recognizes 8, 16, 32 GB as a MAXIMUM. This is why you need to mention the camera make and model so I can check.
My usual speech is "all questions need 'make model (what it is)' as first 3 words in every question :>D
9/2/2023 3:57:40 AM •
on Sep 02, 2023
SHARP VL-E600U Looking for a transfer cable for this camera
OK, I'll need an idea of what the old cable looked like. I'm assuming the camera end was a 'Headphones' style plug. A headphones connector of that type is usually a 3.5mm size. Was the other end a single cable, a pair of cables or a set of 3? Can you remember if the were coloured or had coloured marks on them, Commonly red and white for audio and yellow for video. Note this is a video connection cable and it is unlikely you will be able to transfer video to record it. This is an 'Analogue' camera and the cable is basically there so you playback video you took on a larger screen using the camera as a playback machine.
8/23/2023 5:15:55 PM •
on Aug 23, 2023
Does the CF Card on the ME60 Support Hot Swap?
All CF cards on the MPU/SRU do not support hot swap. In the ME60-X8 and ME60-X16 chassis, the CF cards support hot swap after the offline buttons of CF cards are pressed. CF card cannot be supported on the X3 models of the ME60
8/4/2023 8:16:19 AM •
on Aug 04, 2023
I accidentally clicked a button on the computer after opening the file, and it deleted the pictures there. When I unplugged the camera, all the pictures were deleted. Can I get them back?
It is often possible to recover deleted files, including pictures, from a computer or camera. However, the success of the recovery process depends on a number of factors, including how the files were deleted and whether they have been overwritten by new data.
To recover the deleted pictures from your computer, you can try using a file recovery software program. There are many options available, both free and paid, that can scan your hard drive for deleted files and attempt to recover them. Some popular options include Recuva, Disk Drill, and PhotoRec.
To recover the deleted pictures from your camera, you can try using a digital image recovery software program. These programs are designed specifically to recover deleted images from digital cameras, memory cards, and other storage devices. Some popular options include CardRecovery and Digital Photo Recovery.
It is important to note that recovery software may not be able to recover all deleted files, and the chances of successful recovery decrease as more data is written to the storage device. If you are unable to recover the deleted pictures using software, you may need to consult a data recovery professional for assistance. They will have the tools and expertise to attempt a more thorough recovery of the lost data.
7/31/2023 9:47:51 AM •
on Jul 31, 2023
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