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Problems Saving data to SD card

Why does my vivicam not save pictures to the sd card like it is supposed to? No matter what I do it only saves to the internal memory. The manual says it cannot do this when a SD card is installed and yet ....... have made sure the card is installed correctly, made sure the card isn't locked or protected, have cleared internal memory, everything I can think of.

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  • Lee Nethersole Apr 26, 2007

    pretty sure I have done. Although there is no mention of doing so in the instruction manuel I did select the option of 'format card' in the set up menu. However I never got a positive rsponse to say it had been done so I have no real idea if that worked or not.

    I assume I have to do it with the card in camera rather than with the card in the card reader plugged into my pC?

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The only other thing you havent mentioned is wether or not you have formated the card first.

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