I downloaded a full memory of pictures from my camera to my computer to do a view only step. I viewed all of the photos and they were good. Then I disconnected my camera and tried later to put the images permanently on my computer but the camera did not respond. I disconnected it and pushed the playback button and it said "no images". I did not delete them. I tested the camera by taking a new picture, viewed it, then the camera would not turn off. Finally I did get it off, turned it on again and pushed playback. It gave the message "no images". None of the camera buttons seem to work any longer.
I believe the images are still on the internal memory card inside the camera. Is it possible to send it somewhere to have the memory card removed and take the pictures to a CD? I took it to a camera repair shop and they can do it there but suggested that Gateway may be able to do that. Do you know if this is possible?
When you view pics it is best to download them to a temp file
if you don't want them easy to delete.
once the cam views them they clear the memory.
clear simple process without paying gateway about 80 buck's
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ALTERNATE WAY TO TRANSFER PHOTOS TO COMPUTER If your photos are stored on the memory card, then remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into an USB memory card reader. Connect this USB memory card reader and memory card into the USB port of your working computer. Your computer will see this as an USB Mass Storage Device or an external storage device; you can then open the folder on the memory card and copy the photos to your computer. Memory card reader is a handy device and is inexpensive. You can copy photos from other cameras and you can also download photos off your memory card to someone else's computer without the need of installing any programs.After copying your photos to the computer, then you can delete the photos from the memory card using your computer.
Remove the memory card before connecting your camera to your computer. Alternatively, use the "Copy" command to copy your photos from internal memory to the memory card. Depending on the model of the Coolpix camera, the Copy command may be in the Setup or the Playback menu.
Probably one of two solutions. First, the memory card should have all the pictures intact. If you are using the camera to review, you may need to just keep going back until the memory card photos show. Another possibility is that the internal memory supersedes viewing the card memories. You may have to run a USB cable to your computer, download the internal memory photos, and then you can possibly see (on the camera) the memory card photos. It might be a good idea to download those photos to your computer too, if the computer has a memory card slot. Otherwise you will have to go through them and download via the USB again. Once you know the photos are saved, you can either change cards with a new one , or clear the old card and start again. Good Luck
All you need to have is card reader for your camera memory card.
you can upload your photos by inserting your camera memory card to a card reader (should be compatible with your memory card) connected to the computer. your pictures will be downloaded immediately, and that's it. you can now view your pictures.
Your memory card or internal memory may be full. I've run into situations where the card full doesn't flash on the monitor or LCD screen because there is lets say 3 gigs of memory left but the picture you are taking is 3.5gig's it won't take the picture because there isn't enough memory to put the image anywhere. Download your pictures to your computer, format your memory card and all should be good again. If you are using the internal memory you will need to obtain (buy) a memory card for your camera and download from the internal memory each picture from the memory card one by one until all the internal pictures are on the removable memory card then download these to the computer. After you have them on the computer go back into the internal memory and delete each of thse pictures and you are ready to start taking pictures once again. it took me longer to type this then the process will take to do.
hi, there's a problem in your memory card and you need to do first is format the memory card into camera (if its ok to you to delete all the picture save in memory card). If the problem still occur you need to buy new memory card.
try to reformat the internal memory and the memory card. press the menu button, select set-up menu, scroll down to format. Make sure to transfer first all your pictures to your computer before formatting the internal memory of the camera and your memory card. Try to update also the firmware of your camera. You can go to this website ( www.kodak.com/go/downloads) to download the latest version of your firmware.
I think you have set the "image storage" to internal. If you take a picture the memory reading should go down one shot-if it doesnt it is because your photos are on the internal memory instead of on auto or memory card. If you take out the card then try to view the pictures hopefully you will now see them. Eventually if this is the problem you will get a notice telling you that "internal memory is now full£.
i suggest you always format the card in your camera every time you release it and use in your pc. card may get infected with virus and may affect the performance. never format card in pc! Better save pictures in hdd or cd than in mem cards.