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I think to work on 640 fine you need a much higher memory stick, I use a 2gb in mine and it is fine (that is when the camera works) .You get 24 minutes or more on the 2gb stick and that is at 640 fine.
Hey klayda, You can definitely take it into the store to have it looked at. I would bring it to a Geek Squad® precinct in a Best Buy™ store and they should be able to determine if it needs service, and if it does they will send it out for service. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
It looks like this unit has a video out to a t.v. or vcr hookup. What you can do is download it to a vcr [ record it ] and pickup a vido frame grabber, what you are going to do is snag the photos from the video tape after recording them on tape. This is the only way unless you wish to tear up the unit; desolider the chip and using software retrieve the photos. If you are good with a solidering iron; digi key sells the usb port you woll need to replace. www.digikey.com