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Old 09-11-2006, 03:53 PM   #1
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Speaking of cameras

I'm having trouble with one of my picture cards. The card holds 163 pic's,but we take about 50 pic's and the card reads full. The other pic's don't show up when the card is in the camera. But when we go to devolop the pic's the other 100 or so pic's show up on the stores machine.
I can't for the life of me figure it out. Any idea's?
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Old 09-11-2006, 05:04 PM   #2
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Here's a thought, get the manual that came with the camera and read it!


It wasn't put in the box to keep the camera from banging around!



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Old 09-11-2006, 05:39 PM   #3
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Here's a thought, get the manual that came with the camera and read it!


It wasn't put in the box to keep the camera from banging around!



Puff have the lil' one read them to you!
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Old 09-11-2006, 07:13 PM   #5
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[smilie=thanks.gif] For all of your answer's
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try formatting the card.
Tried that, it didn't work.
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Tried that, it didn't work.
bummer. here's a forum i used when shopping for a camera. maybe someone there can help you.

http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/
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Re: Speaking of cameras

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I'm having trouble with one of my picture cards. The card holds 163 pic's,but we take about 50 pic's and the card reads full. The other pic's don't show up when the card is in the camera. But when we go to devolop the pic's the other 100 or so pic's show up on the stores machine.
I can't for the life of me figure it out. Any idea's?
Do you mean that you have 100 photos on the card that the camera can't "see", and you can't remove? If so, do you have a card reader that will let you plug the card into your computer? If you do, try erasing those files from the card via the computer, and see if that will allow the camera to have access to the full capacity of the card again.
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I'm having trouble with one of my picture cards. The card holds 163 pic's,but we take about 50 pic's and the card reads full. The other pic's don't show up when the card is in the camera. But when we go to devolop the pic's the other 100 or so pic's show up on the stores machine.
I can't for the life of me figure it out. Any idea's?
Do you mean that you have 100 photos on the card that the camera can't "see", and you can't remove? If so, do you have a card reader that will let you plug the card into your computer? If you do, try erasing those files from the card via the computer, and see if that will allow the camera to have access to the full capacity of the card again.
I do have a card reader on my printer. That is one thing I didn't try!
I'll give it a shot. Thanks Earnest T.......I mean Larry D.
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I'll buy it from you for $20 sight unseen...with directions.
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Im not much help on things that require reading but have you tried foiling it? Maybe brine for a couple hours.
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I'd take it back to the pawn shop and see if they can help you. [smilie=a_holyshit.gif]
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Old 09-12-2006, 08:20 AM   #13
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I think Larry D is right plug the card into the puter and manually delete the pics...my guess is you renamed the pics that the camera won't read...so you'll need to delete them on the puter.
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Check the setting for how many mega pixels the camera is set for.

Like 3.0 or 6.0 mega pixels.

You might have accidentially bumped the setting up.

The memory card's capacity is for X number of pics at 3.0 Mp and
most likely about half that number of pics for 6.0 Mp

The higher the mega pixel setting, the less pics the card will hold.

Also, the higher the Mp setting, the higher the quality of the pic, but it
takes up more memory, there by reducing the amount of pics a card will hold.

Hope that helps.
The problem I'm having is when the card is in the camera(the card holds 168 pic's) it only shows 49 pic's. But when I put it in the card reader on my printer or take it to develop the pic's it shows 168 pic's. When it's in the camera it doesn't show the other pic's so I can't delete them.
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When you go to read the card in the printer...does it show multiple folders? Mine does that sometimes...unsure why, but it does. Maybe the camera is failing to read the folder(s) it made..???
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When you put the card in your computer's card reader and upload them to your computer, it doesn't give you the option of deleting what's on the card? Ours does and we use that function to wipe out the card each time we upload pics. That's how our HP worked and now the eVision Les found last week is the same way.
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The problem I'm having is when the card is in the camera(the card holds 168 pic's) it only shows 49 pic's. But when I put it in the card reader on my printer or take it to develop the pic's it shows 168 pic's. When it's in the camera it doesn't show the other pic's so I can't delete them.
You know anybody that has a card reader?

Alternative... just get another card !!! They're cheap.
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Old 09-12-2006, 02:13 PM   #18
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Helen I think that's what it's doing.

Allie, no my HP doesn't allow me to do that.


Scotty, I know there cheap, I just wanted to figure out why it's doing this.

Thanks everyone I'm just about ready to give up.
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If all else fails hold the card in one hand and go ahead and stick that butter knife in the outlet, that might just solve your problem!!

Let me know if it works for you!!
Shock felt kind of good......camera is still broke
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Well Puff,

You might have to go to the Dryer or Range outlet, they have a bit more uuummmpppff!!..... [smilie=rlp_smilie_003.gif]
Nice to see ya again CW
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