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I HAVE A SONY WEBBIE HD 5.0 MEGA PIXELS AND IT SAID MY CARD WAS FULL SO i PLUGED IT INTO THE COMPUTER AND IT GAVE ME SONY PMB PORTABLE AND IT STARTED DOWNLOADING THEM GOOD SO AFTER THAT i UNPUGED LOOKED AT THE VIDEO STILL ON THE CAMERA BUT KNOW THEY ARE NOT AND I CAN'T FIND THEM ON THE COMPUTER WHERE ARE THEY AND KNOW DO I FIND THEM
One person with your problem, frustrated with no help from Sony, fixed the problem and posted the video on You Tube. He started his camera, "access" appeared on the screen, he set the camera down, and ran over it with an SVU. The "access" was gone from the screen!
Please try to take as many pictures from memory stick as you can then format memory stick through format option in setup. Hope this will resolve this blue access issue. You can use another memory stick like 1GB in this camera.
After connecting sony camera USB to laptop, a window will pop up automatically.
In that select files to open.
You can see a folder named DCIM.
click and open DCIM folder, it will contain another folder 101MSDCF.
Inside 101MSDCF you will find all photos that were taken.
This is what i do to reclaim the memory...
I dont know whether its standard way to delete the photos from sony memory stick.
any support guys from sony camera can comment on this solution...
After connecting USB to the laptop, a window will appear.
In that window, "select files to open".
It will open the DCIM.click and open the DCIM folder you wil find 101MSDCF folder.(for e.g.F:\DCIM\101MSDCF)
Select and delete all photos.
I did the same and i was able to get back memory.
I dont know whether its standard way of deleting photos from memory stick. Any support guys from sony camera can comment on it....
u copy that to PC and try to open with windows picture viewer then format the Memory stick then re use u will get ur files as well as u can use ur memory stick , mail me ur memory stick result @[email protected]
your memory card has a virus! try formatting using camera. make it a habit that whenever you reinsert the memory card in your camera, format it first before taking shots, this will erase everything including virus!
try also to remove and reinsert the card several times, this will gonna clean the contact points inside the camera. Try also another memory card.