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How do i access my photographs


ALTERNATE WAY TO TRANSFER PHOTOS AND VIDEOS TO A COMPUTER
If your photos and videos are stored on the memory card, then remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into an USB memory card reader. Connect this USB memory card reader and memory card into the USB port of your working computer. Your computer will see this as an USB Mass Storage Device or an external storage device; you can then open the folder on the memory card and copy the photos to your computer. Then you can view them on the computer.
Memory card reader is a handy device and is inexpensive. You can copy photos from other cameras and you can also download photos off your memory card to someone else's computer without the need of installing any programs.

Apr 06, 2013 | Cameras

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How to Recover Pictures From Fujifilm FinePix S700 Storage Media


With 7 mega pixel camera, 10x optical zoom, 2.5 LCD, picture stabilization mode, and i-Flash intelligent Flash, the Fujifilm FinePix S700 fulfills all the requirements of any photographer. The storage media (SD and xD memory cards) used in this camera allows the photographer to save audios, videos, and photos of different sizes. Damage in storage media can occur any time, resulting in fatal consequences, like inaccessibility of data saved in the memory card. In most cases, the photographer encounters an error message stating that the card is corrupted. To overcome such corruption scenarios, the photographer needs to restore the data from an updated backup. But all photographers do not create a backup on regular basis. For them, a third-party Camera recovery software acts as a boon and helps them recover the data.
As a real-world instance, you encounter the below error message while trying to view the pictures saved in your SD card (inserted in Fujifilm FinePix S700):
"CARD ERROR"
After the above error message pops up, the data saved in the SD card becomes inaccessible.
Cause:
Few main causes for the above error message are:
1.Incorrect SD card format.
2.Incompatible SD card.
3.Memory card corruption due to unexpected camera shutdown, virus infection, and interrupted read or write operation.
Resolution:
To resolve the above error message and to access the data saved in SD card, you will need to:
1.Use a compatible SD card.
2.In case of memory card corruption, format the card in Fujifilm FinePix S700 camera. Though formatting brings the card in reusable state, all the audio, video, and picture files get deleted. To recover the deleted data, you will need to choose a powerful Camera recovery software.
Such recovery tools use effective scanning methods to ensure complete Camera data recovery. These tools can be downloaded from the Internet and used by anybody. Such applications are safe as they harm the original data saved in the memory card.
Digital camera recovery software is a world-renowned Photo Recovery utility used for recovering data from almost every type of memory card. This software ensures complete recovery of digital files, irrespective of their size or type. Compatible with Windows and Mac OS X, the read only software also recovers data from other storage media, like Zip drives, hard drives, etc.

on Jun 30, 2010 | Cameras

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How to recover photos from memory card or hard drive


If you have accidentally deleted your photos from your camera or phones digital memory card or even your ipod or the HDD on your computer, there is still a reasonable chance of recovering them.

A full recovery is not guaranteed, but depending on the type of format that was used and particularly if it was a simple deletion of photographs it is quite often the case that photos can be recovered if the correct steps are taken.

First off - do not take any more photographs using the memory card in question.

The reason is, that should you overwrite the card with new photographs, some of the previous photograph information will be damaged and this will hamper the recovery operation.

If the photos have been lost from your memory card, you will need to have a card reader on your computer. If you have not got one of these, you can purchase a cheap multi-card usb reader that will do the job from the likes of Amazon or any hardware/computer store.
See this example.

Next, you will need to download and install a photo recovery program to your computer. There are several of these available to download for free from the net but for this purpose I am going to stick to one called Recuva which I have found to be easy to use and extremely comprehensive in its options. Recuva comes from a highly respected software company called Piriform and can confidently be recommended as free from Spyware, Adware or Viruses.

Best of all it is totally free to use and has no nags. You can download Recuva for free from this link.

Recuva is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003 and 2000. Including both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

You may choose to search for an alternative recovery program on the Net if your operating system is not supported.

Download the program from the link provided above and then run the install wizard by clicking on the downloaded file. Follow the instructions to install the program on your computer. This program bundles Yahoo Tool Bar so please ensure to uncheck this option if you do not want this add on.

Insert your card into the card reader on your computer.

One distinct advantage to this program, is that it runs a wizard when you open it which walks you through the recovery process. Follow the instructions on the wizard and select the look for photographs option. Next select the "On my media card or Ipod option" to have it examine your card with the deleted photos.

If you want to scan your computers hard drive for deleted photos select that option instead.

Important: Click 'Enable Deep Scan' to have the best possible result from the scan. The program will automatically scan for recoverable files on the memory card in your card reader or hard drive as selected.

Be aware that this program is extremely thorough - and depending on the size of your card or drive, it may take some time to complete. Be patient as it completes its task. The program will then display the recovered photographs and give a comment beside each one to say if it has been damaged or is recoverable. Save the recovered photos onto a new file on your computer.

Once you have recovered and saved your photos - make sure to use your camera or device to format your memory card before using it again to capture photos.

A format will erase all data permanently from the card including corrupted data and so reduce the potential for future corruption of the card. This will help to avoid problems of this nature occuring again.

Thanks for reading this Tip and I do hope it has helped. If so, please do take a moment to register your vote for this Tip using the Yes/No buttons below.

on Jan 22, 2010 | Cameras

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I joined another internet cafe in cambodia and hooked up my USB drive Lacie Rikiki 500Gb and the McAfee OAS on the host computer reported it found a virus in it and deleted it. It was probably a boot file...


The computer at the Internet Cafe' probably was virus-infected, and the computer-virus wrote a computer-virus onto your USB memory-stick.

Just click "cancel" to that "which program" prompt.

Then, open "My Computer", and right-mouse-click on the icon for the USB device, and click "Explore", to view the files/folders.

Mar 17, 2011 | LaCie Rikiki Go 1TB USB 2.0 Portable -...

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My memory card has been virus affected. The photograph I took are shown on camera display but when I connect the camera with my PC it does not show any DCIM folder inside camera memory card. Can anyone...


You need to try downloading the pics using a separate card reader. If this is successful and your pics end up safe on your computer, then you need to format the card in the camera to completely erase it and optimize it. typrice_14.jpg

Nov 09, 2010 | Nikon D70s Digital Camera

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If you have accidentally deleted your photos from your cameras digital memory...


If you have accidentally deleted your photos from your cameras digital memory card or even the HDD on your computer there is still a resonable chance of recovering them.

A full recovery is not guaranteed, but depending on the type of formatting used or whether it was a simple deletion of photographs it is quite often the case that photos can be recovered if the correct steps are taken.

First off - do not take any more photographs using the memory card in question.

The reason is, that should you overwrite the card with other photographs, some of the previous photograph information will be damaged and this will hamper the recovery operation.

If the photos have been lost from your memory card, you will need to have a card reader on your computer. If you have not got one of these you can purchase a cheap multi-card usb reader that will do the job from the likes of Amazon or any hardware/computer store.
See this example.

Next you will need to download and install a photo recovery program to your computer. There are several of these available to download for free from the net but for this purpose I am going to stick to one called Recuva which I have found to be the easy to use and extremely comprehensive in its options. Recuva comes from a highly respected software company called Piriform and can confidently be recommended as free from Spyware, Adware or Viruses.

You can download Recuva for free from this link.

Recuva is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003 and 2000. Including both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

You may choose to search for an alternative recovery program on the Net if your operating system is not supported.

Download the program from the link provided above and then run the install wizard by clicking on the downloaded file. Follow the instructions to install the program on your computer. This program bundles Yahoo Tool Bar so please ensure to uncheck this option if you do not want this add on.

Insert your card into the card reader on your computer.

One distinct advantage to this program, is that it runs a wizard when you open it which walks you through the recovery process. Follow the instructions on the wizard and select the look for photographs option. Next select the "On my media card or Ipod option" to have it examine your card with the deleted photos.

If you want to scan your computers hard drive for deleted photos select that option instead.

Important: Click 'Enable Deep Scan' to have the best possible result from the scan. The program will automatically scan for recoverable files on the memory card in your card reader or hard drive as selected.

Be aware that this program is extremely thorough - and depending on the size of your card or drive it may take some time to complete. Be patient as it completes its task. The program will display the recovered photographs and give a comment beside each one to say if it has been damaged or is recoverable. Save the recovered photos onto a new file on your computer.

Finally - once you have recovered and saved your photos - make sure to use your camera to format your card before using it again to capture photos.

This will erase all data permanently from the card including corrupted data and so reduce the potential for future corruption of the card. This will help to avoid problems of this nature occuring again.

Thanks for reading this Tip and I do hope it has helped. Please do register your vote for this Tip using the Yes/No buttons below.

on Jan 22, 2010 | Baby Care

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Canon 40D and 64Gb CF Card


What i find is that the larger the card the slower the write recovery in taking pictures. If you are an action photographer this is a pain as things happen fast . To have the camera take so long to recover from a write leaves you open to losing some excellent shots. So my rule of thumb is use smaller value cards. If you are just a happy shots photographer then this probably doesn't really matter.

Thanks for using Fixya

Sep 15, 2009 | Canon EOS 40D Body Only Digital Camera

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Unable to download pictures from computer to digital frame


The primary software is going to extract all the images, put only the images you want on the card, then insert into your picture photo frame.

Jan 08, 2009 | SmartParts SPX8 Digital Picture Frame

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I cant transfer pictures from my PC to a Digital Frame


either transfer to a usb pen or a standard digital card and then insert in photo frame good luck

Dec 20, 2008 | PANDIGITAL (DPF802) Digital Picture Frame

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