I just got my Optio S40 yesterday and am mighty pleased with it!
However, whenever I insert my SD card, the camera refuses to on. It works perfectly fine without any SD card inserted and I'm sure I didn't insert the card wrongly.
So, is that a problem with my camera or my free SD card? The SD card's HTL 64MB btw.
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Does a different card work in the camera? Can you read the card on your computer with a card reader?
and...check the little slider thingy on the side of the SD card, flick it up, try it, flick it down...try again. check the SD slot on the camera, anything stuck in there? lint? dust? sand? Blow it out with canned air.
Eliminate the card as a problem...hope it's the card then worry about the camera.
this model not support it, To do that, you need to connect to pc and transfer it. As long you inserted the SD card, IT will use memory from SD card and not display image, video from built in memory. if you want to delete file in built in memory, you need to remove memory card.
if the cards work ok on something else then there's a issue within camera
it could be the actual sd connector within the camera ?
doess the camera support that size ?
Optio E10 supports upto 1GB SD Card
it might not work with the high speed sd cards ?
You can download the manual from the link below:
The camera uses an SD card or internal memory, check the manual for how to format the card for use.
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Somewhere I read to be careful using cardreaders, using your memory card in different camera's and managing your card via the computer. Appearantly all of these can corrupt your card. The advice is to hook your camera directly up to your computer to transfer images and perhaps it is wise to erase images through the camera's menu instead of via the transfer program of the computer. Try formatting the card using the camera's menu and see if the problem persists.