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ALTERNATE WAY TO TRANSFER PHOTOS TO COMPUTER If your photos are stored on the memory card, then removethe 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 yourworking computer. Your computer will see this as an USB Mass Storage Device oran external storage device; you can then open the folder on the memory card andcopy the photos to your computer.Memory card reader is a handy device and is inexpensive. Youcan copy photos from other cameras and you can also download photos off yourmemory card to someone else's computer without the need of installing anyprograms.
there may be a problem with your battery, or your memory card. Try a spare battery and card if you have them. try backing up your photos to disk, and reset the camera. Ensure that the battery is fully charged and the memory card and battery contacts have not become damaged - have they come into contact with moisture?
I heard about that quite a lot of time,in deed. But, I personally haven't load 16 or 32 GB memory card in Canon FS200. At the very begining, I was thinking of using 16 GB SDHC card instead of built in 8 GB memory. The shop assistance don't advice me to buy more than that 8GB because he also know that problem. So then, I am still using with 8GB untill now.
Same answer I just gave to someone else. The first thing to do is to try to copy any data that is already on the card before you put it back into the camera and initialize it! Otherwise you will lose every photo on the card!
Once you are sure that you have copies of the photos, or that there is nothing in there that you can recover, put it back into the camera, go into the camera's menu, and select format or initialize, and let it do its thing.
Another solution would be to put that card aside in case you can later recover the images from it, and buy a new card to use in the camera. This holiday season you can get a one or two gig card for nearly nothing!
have a look in the camera menu for the format or initialize card option, (sorry i cant be more specific - cant find the manual) this should initialize the card, else use a usb card reader to format the card in a card reader on your computer
PROCEDURE 1. Initialize the system. a) Enter the TEST mode. b) Select "3:ROM UPDATE" and press SET button. c) Next, select "5:SYSTEM INITIAL" and press SET button. d) The following message appears. SYSTEM INITIALIZE START ... PUSH OK KEY? e) Press SET button and System is initialized. "SUCCESS !" appears on the monitor. 2. Write firmware. Update the firmware version" Write the firmware. If the TEST mode boots automatically, change "USB TCC ON" to "USB TCC OFF".
I had a similar issue with my Fuji E500. I had been working with it on my Mac, which automatically brings up iPhoto when it's plugged in via the USB port. When I removed the camera from the USB port, it turned on with a Card not initialized message. If your situation was similar to mine, here's how I fixed it:
Plug the camera back into the USB port and turn it on. When iPhoto loads, Got to finder and select Eject (unknown) device. Then, when you disconnect the camera and turn it on, the message about not initialized doesn't show up and you're back in business.
I hope this helps.