Computer can't see photos on memory card after removing to print at auto booth
I took my Kingston memory card out of my camera and put it in the machine in Tescos that does automatic prints for you. I can still see all my photos on my camera but when I try to upload them to my computer I can only see the photos taken after I replaced the memory card in the camera having generated the print in tescos. They have obviously done something to my card but I can't see what.
Please help I want to upload all my holiday snaps onto my computer asap.
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You have two options. If you normally transfer your photos by connecting your camera to your computer, remove the memory card before making the connection. This will allow the computer to see the photos in the camera's internal memory.
Trying taking the memory card to a computer and looking through it for the photos. Take them off and put on pc. Then format memory card. Place memory card back in camera and take a picture. Then put memory card back in pc and take original photos and drop into folder that has new picture you took. It should work by noe if not then get a new memory card. Then try again.
If you've already copied your photo's to a computer, or had them printed, or otherwise have backed up your photo's, look in the manual for your camera for a "format media card" option, try that. This will erase everything on the external card and give you plenty of room.
try and get a card reader. remove the card form the camera insert it to the crad reader and plug it into a computer USB port. I the port is Ver 2.0 this will auto read the photos. save all in the computer. I hope this will help.
1. Go into the menu and find "reset"...follow the on-screen instructions.
2. With no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format"...follow the instructions..
3. After downloading any pictures from the card, insert it into the camera and do the "format" thing again.
everything should work now. Remember, never use the computer to format or erase your card...always use the camera. Also, when removing the card from the computer, always use "safely remove hardware" icon at the bottom right of your computer screen.
Did your friend use the "safely remove hardware" function when removing your card from her computer? That could corrupt your card if she didn't. Try this...take your card to a store like Walmart that has a Kodak picture kiosk. They can usually read everything on a card. There, you can print the pics or even make a cd of them. Afterwards, format your card in your camera.
If you took the pictures, and stored them on the camera's internal memory, then put in a memory card, it will read from the card and you wont be able to see the photos that are actually stuck on the camera. Try removing the SD card, then check for your photos.
Conversely, if you took the photos when the card was in, and then removed the card, the photos wont be stored on the camera, so you should look for the card.
Try the card in your computer using a SDHC card reader to see if it will read your picture files. If that doesn't work then you'll have to shop for data recovery software on line. Ontrack Data Recovery is a very reputable recovery company. They offer recovery services by sending them your card or by purchasing their do-it-yourself software.