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Hi, your spelling problem makes it hard to tell what you are trying to say. I get the point that the files were corrupted after you transferred. Did you transfer them manually? Next time, you may try use some third-party software to copy pictures to SD card. See if that will help.
The pictures must be in the "JPEG" folder of either the GPS's internal memory or external SD card to display. Acceptable formats are: JPEG, BPM, GIF, BNG, TIF, and others.If you are having trouble, resizing and / or reducing the number of colors in the picture may help. If you save or convert the image to GIF, it will automatically be reduced to 256 colors.
First of all, do not save any new file to camera's memory card.
Take out memory card, and connect it to computer using a card reader. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in Windows Explorer. Download this photo recovery software called asoftech photo recovery http://www.asoftech.com/apr/ Install and open the photo recovery software, select the memory card, and click 'Start' button.
Did you hear a beep when SD card is inserted? Did you also try to hard reset the unit using the On/Off switch located at the bottom of the unit? Try with another SD card and see if the SD option is selectabe. If all have tried I suggest you to exchange for another unit. HTH.
The reason is that the images were not created on the camera in question. Each camera model saves pictures on a card in a proprietary naming protocol, and if your images do not adhere to this, they cannot be recognised by the camera
Plug your GPS into your computer it has a drive letter (look in My Computer)and is provbably called Garmin and has a little icon. The next highest letter drive is the SD card. I use SD to download POIs and keep photos. I don't think there is a way to look at stuff on the SD through the GPS, you need a computer
You can transfer stuff from SD to Garmin by connecting the USB then copying stuff between drive letters. In the Garmin drive, select JPEG to store your photos, you can then view them on Garmin.
You can download pictures from My Computer, My Pictures to the drive letter of the SD or put them directly into the JPEG folder on the GPS.
Hope this helps
Kodak has software that should be able to make sure those pictures are in JPEG format. Id use that at first instead of a third party program. Picture It! does some funny things to pictures and Microsoft discontinued that product line several years ago.
Device cannot detect files on the memory card. Cause The memory card might be missing or inserted incorrectly.Verify that the memory card is inserted correctly.
The files might not be in the correct format.To
print from the device control panel, the files must be in the sRGB JPEG
format. To print other formats, you must use a software program on your
You might have inserted more than one memory card.Only one card slot can be occupied for the device to detect JPEG files. Verify that only one card is inserted.
In order to listen to MP3 music files on your Treo 600, you will need a third-party application such as PocketTunes or Aeroplayer more).
Likewise, in order to delete MP3 files from an SD expansion card in Treo 600, you will need a third-party file utility such as FileZ (from nosleep software). Launch the file utility, select your inserted SD expansion card from the pick list, and delete any MP3 files you don't want. Please refer to the documentation for the file utility for specific instructions.