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Memory card I have a D60, with a 4gb memory card in. Have taken some photos, I can bring them up on the camera but, they are not showing on my memory card when I connect the card to my computer, the previous photos I took are showing on the memory card but not the lastest ones. I have tried the lock button on the memory card to no avail.

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The D60 was released BEFORE HD SD cards came out. The 4 gig card MAY BE TOO BIG. HSD I think is the Nomenclature you may need a normal SD card. I think 2GB is as big as you can go but don't quote me.

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SOURCE: black screen when in picture mode cant take pictures

PER007 in solution #3 is correct.

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I had the same problem with my CoolPix5400 and this resolved the issue.

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SOURCE: Memory card cannot be read

Well this could come from one of 2 problems that spring to mind...

1. You do not have the correct software installed on your PC, as thus presents a problem in reading said memory card, especially if you are using non-specific or generic software.
Ensure the software you are using is for the Nikon Coolpix S200.

2. The memory card may also be faulty, if you feel this may be the case, i suggest having a dealer or repairer take a look at the card.
Tip: Some photo labs have self service units for most types of digital cameras. Drop in and try establishing if the memory card can be read.

Posted on Jan 19, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I transfer pictures onto the memory card?

You should be able to transfer the pictures if it has built in memory. then transfer it to memory card the same way you'd take them off

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SOURCE: Cannot remove memory card write protection Nikon Coolpixs9

Take your memory card out and look to see if you may have moved the sliding switch on the memory card, if you have move it back.

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SOURCE: camera not recognised on computer so unable to transfer photos to

Try reloading drivers software that came with the camera.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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