"I took a lot of digital pix, but you’ll never see them. I took the digital chip out of the camera last night in the home office and didn’t put enough light on so I stuck the disk into a wrong hole and it won’t come out. So gone."
"...took the digital chip out of the camera...put...the disk into a wrong hole and it won't come out."
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Googled until I found others with same problem with this particiular camera - then researched the proper address to send the camera to for repair - after calling to make sure they would still repair the camera.
i was having stubborn problems....so i just bought a card reader to transfer pixs to camera....walmart has lexmar memory cards with a reader for 19.95...does excellent job...
i have had lots problems with kodak cards but not the lexmar..that little card reader is friend...and i have no problems when i insert it on the computer..
make sure the camera is saving to the SDMMC memory stick and not just to the camera itself. Might be best to try it out on your own computer or a friends to make sure it is saving the pictures correctly or not just to the cameras internal memory. As the card you pull out is generally considered an external memory source and in most cases has to be selected as the destination in which to save to.
That will happen. If you open the camera from My Computer, or Computer in Windows Vista, it completely empties the memory. You need to use the Pix Micro Downloader to transfer the pictures from the camera to the computer. There should be a shortcut on your desktop for the Downloader. If there isn't you can go to the following address to get the installer package for it.
You may want to check with Polaroid to see if there's a service advisory pertaining to faulty CCD chips that effect LCD operation. Most camera manufacturers got a bad batch of these chips and are repairing them at no cost.
Another option is to reset your camera and use recommended batteries.