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can anyone help.

 

i use a 128mb sd card in my camera, as i am just begining this photography, when my card is full, the card reader will not download onto computor, but if there is only 2/3 photos on the card it will download no problem.

 

any suggestions.

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I'm not going to know the answer, but there should be a big difference between *2/3 pics* and *full* on a 128 mb card.

 

I can get about 75-80 pics on mine at the highest resolution.

 

How many can you get on before it won't download?

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Hi Keegy ..

 

First of all .. What camera and what card ??

 

Did you do a full format of the card in your camera when it was new ?

 

When you say "My card is full" can you see all the pictures you have taken on the camera itself ??

 

If you can, then the problem is the download system you are using.

 

If you can't, then the problem may be with your camera.

 

More details please .... :rolleyes::rolleyes:

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hi.

the camera is a konica minolta dimage z2, 4 m/pixel, the card is a jessops 128mb s.d, yes i can see all the pictures, i use the windows camera + scanner to download photos from the card, hope this makes sense.??

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hi.

the camera is a konica minolta dimage z2, 4 m/pixel, the card is a jessops 128mb s.d, yes i can see all the pictures, i use the windows camera + scanner to download photos from the card, hope this makes sense.??

 

 

Hi Keegy ..

 

Sounds like a download problem.

 

Windows Camera/Scanner may not recognise some of the pics.

 

Does the camera have a cable to connect to your PC, and software to download the pics ?

 

Does your PC have a slot that you can put your SD card into ?

 

Instead of using Camera/Scanner, Choose "Open folder to view files", then copy the pic files into a folder on your PC.

 

Let us know how you get on ...

 

Wiggly. :rolleyes::rolleyes:

The Older I get .. The better I was.

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Hi Keegy ..

 

Sounds like a download problem.

 

Windows Camera/Scanner may not recognise some of the pics.

 

Does the camera have a cable to connect to your PC, and software to download the pics ?

 

Does your PC have a slot that you can put your SD card into ?

 

Instead of using Camera/Scanner, Choose "Open folder to view files", then copy the pic files into a folder on your PC.

 

Let us know how you get on ...

 

Wiggly. :rolleyes::rolleyes:

 

 

i have cables and there is no slot in the pc for the cards, i will try THE OPEN FOLDER TO VIEW FILES, and see how it goes, thanks for all the help.

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my guess, theres more data than the reader can transfer via usb, try updating to usb 2.0 and siconnecting all other usb devices

 

 

 

:schmoll: how do you do that :wallbash:

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OI OI,

Stick with Mr wiggly's reply that sounds a lot easier thats what i do with mine, i couldent even understand andy's reply. LOL

 

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