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SD Card Problem

Having shot mnay photos on holiday and viewed them on the camera throughout when I returned and attempted to transfer them to my PC only 21 were showing. Looking at the properties of the SD card shows that 194mb have been used but the space taken up by the available pictures is only 20mb. Is there any way of getting to the data that is taking up the remining memory (presumably the other photos?). I have attempted to view the pictures through both the camera and a memory card reader.

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Open the card on your computer with Iso Buster. Download the free or trial version.

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firstly take the card out and put it into a reader on your comp. it may have a read-write error. so see if it sill behaves normally, and if it does download the picks onto your HDD or another storage device.if the card is damaged a dameon (linux) or a pop-up word bubble (xp) vista will say "this device is defective etc... now if it is defective, i suggest getting the cam checked. however if the card is behaving normally and you have backed up all the photos and media on it clear the card. now open the cams battery bay and take the battery out, pushing the on button, now clears the capacitors of charge and resets some of the IC's now put the battery back looking too for battery problems, like deformity, heat, leakage if there is none, place the batt back in and the card back in. now turn the camera on, hopefully it should go through it usual startup procedure,then cycle through functions until you are happy all is well. it could have simple been that the screen saver did not start properly because of a flat batt or other instance. good luck

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hi, ihave the same camera. 512mb is the largest card you can use :(

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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SOURCE: what memory card

Hi - You can download the manual from the link underlined in blue below:

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Get someone to print it out for you.

The camera uses "Compact Flash" memory cards available at any high street camera shop:

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Is the protect tab in the correct position. I not sure slide it the opposite way and see if it works

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SOURCE: memory card cannot be used

The max size sd card is 256MB.





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