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All I have to offer you is to verify the mpeg4 format using GSpot software which can be found here:
Also, the max supported SD Card size for your unit is 2GB. I'm sorry I couldn't be of more help.
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Different systems do not all use the same format, so its possible that your card is formatted for a Linux system (perhaps your phone) and windows is trying to format the tiny amount of free space left over.
I would recommend trying a different card reader (your local library should have one you can try) or a friend/university to see if you can read the card at all.
If the card is fine then you might have better luck with a different card reader, you can pick up a multi card reader in the UK for max £15 should be much cheaper if you get a device specific for micro SD.
It would also be worth trying in an apple mac as they can read most file systems, unlike windows.
Also check if it has a "lock" a physical switch on the card which should indicate which direction is locked and which is not. Its unlikely that a micro SD card has one as by virtue they are supposed to be small.
Let's start with easiest thing first...
Take out your SD card and re-insert it and see if your phone picks it up. (If you don't already know this is how you locate the SD card: http://www.fixya.com/support/t8475945-g1_memory_card_slot)
If that doesn't work, you can try putting your SD card into a card reader (You may already have one on your computer. However, if you don't ask try asking a friend if they have one OR you can purchase one from here: http://www.amazon.com/Sandisk-MobileMate-Plus-Memory-Reader/dp/B000Q3IUV2). If the card works in your computer try formatting it and putting it back into your phone. Still doesn't work? Try a different SD card in the phone. If that ALSO doesn't work then you likely have a bad card reader in your phone :'(
You'll have to call up your cell phone provider and see what they can do from there.
Hope that helps!
This means it is not reading the SD card and that it needs to be re-formatted.
This is best done in a card reader and not the tomtom itself.
Right click on it and select format select FAT32 as the files system ?? Now connect the tomtom but don't let tomtom home run. exit TTH if need be. ?? You now ned to select your tom tom which will also show as a drive. ?? In windows explorer select tools then folder options. Click view and tick the box for "show hidden files and folders" It may warn you but you can ignore it. ?? Then just copy ALL the files from the tom tom to your sd card ?? DO NOT USE CUT AND PASTE ! ?? Once all the files are on switch off the tom tom and insert the sd card ?? It should now work
do you have the ability to attempt transfering the pictures onto another computer
maybe its just that computer
what type of card reader are you using
is it factory installed or aftermarket
try installing a different card and see it you can transfer pictures from your camera to the computer then
maybe its a file type(format)problem
theres what i have good luck
let me know how it goes
Your Minolta camera uses file format, which is not recognized by PC and vice verse. When you insert, PC can't read it, and asks to format. But when it is formatted for PC, your camera can't read it. Try to format it in camera, if it's not possible, then get a new memory card and use USB cable to copy images.