everytime i turn on my polaroid pdc 4055 is asks for the date/time.
I have put in new battries and new memory cards and it keeps asking for the date and time evertime i turn it back on, even after 2mins off and then back on it asks for the date and time.
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Okay the card is not locked I'm adding a diagram anyway. The next thing is did your format the memory card in the camera in which it is to be used? If you have just installed a new memory card it needs to be formatted. Or have you downloaded pictures from the memory card to the computer? Did you format the memory card in the computer? Did you unplug the camera or card reader without doing a safe disconnect? These are all reasons why you need to format the memory card.
SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card. If the switch is already in the proper position, slide it fully the other way and then back again.
Well one option would be to download the images from the cameras internal card to your computer and then transfer them to the card.
I have a card reader so it would be easy to do, or if your computer has a slot for the card that would work too.
Or, just hook your camera up to the computer and use the image downloading wizard that pops up in XP. Or, if it doesn't show/pop up, just hook up camera to 'puter via cord & then click on my computer and you'll see the camera listed. Move image files & then you may need a card reader to transfer images to xd.
Not sure why you would want to keep them on the XD card except to transport them around to another 'puter.