Is it possible to salvage pictures on a memory card after you have washed the memory card?
yes it is possible to transfere pictures from a Kodak digital camrs to your computer HOW?] you have to download an kodak picture app. Just google Kodak for mac
Answer . Yes. I don't know of any case where you can't. But as I tell everyone, because you have no negative, it wise to keep a master copy of your pictures which you wi…ll write protect and keep in folder in a safe place. That way you can't accidentally write-over or delete those. Then you can edit the duplicate set to your hearts content. There would not be much reason to rename the master copy and often they are numbered in sequence or by date. So I usually give the folders a name that makes sense. The copies which you make from those for editing, mailing and so on, can be named anything under the sun. but I use the original name plus a, b or c and more numbers a1, b2 so I always know which original shot I started from. Some can look identical as thumbnails, but are quite different at full viewing size. That's much more than you wanted to know and sounds like a lot of trouble to go through. But when you've had a hard drive fail or have written over an original file, you will be able to appreciate the suggestion.
Yes.. a) USB card reader can be used for the purpose. The card will appear as separate drive in Windows Explorer. You can copy and paste as one usually do. However the writin…g speed may be too slow depending on the type, formatting of card and speed of USB connection.
Copy from computer folder, past into memory card folder.
usually on the camera there is an option where you can delete all info.. All cameras are differentut if you go to the menu there should be an option for delete all, you can d…o this after they are downloaded. If you are having trouble downloading them just hook your download cable into a USB jack on your computer, the auto run oon your machine should bring up a menu, choose view and download and the computer will do the rest.
You took a picture with no memory card how do you get the picture with no memory card inside the computer?
Send it to your email and save it onto your computer!
OK so you stick your card into the computer and a box should pop up. you click input pictures and then another box pops up in the lower left hand corner of the screen and it w…ill say import, click it. then it will say tag these pictures and you can tag them or exit, your choice. but then your done. you go to my documents and the new folder should be there.
You may have accidentally deleted them. But it should be no problem at all to get them back. Do not take any more pictures, and remove the card from the camera to lessen the c…hance of you overwriting some important pictures or videos. There are VERY many freeware software options available to help you recover your files. Please see the below listed "Related Link" that reviews several of the better freeware recovery programs that you can download. You may need to use a card reader with these programs though. All the download links listed in the article are available through CNET. This was to primarily ensure through CNET's verification process that these would be malware free software, and to also give you a chance to read user reviews on the software before downloading.
do u mean delet it from ur phone
Cameras will typically prefer to store pictures on a memory card ifone is present inside of the device. However, if a memory cardisn't present, it will attempt to use any avai…lable internalstorage. Transferring files from the internal memory to a memorycard will be different and may not even be easy to do (it alldepends on your camera). One thing you can do, if the files are stored on your internalmemory, is to remove any memory cards that exist, and plug thecamera into the computer with the camera power ON. The camera willusually show up as a drive under 'My Computer', and you can thenmove the files from your camera onto your computer. Once you are done, you can then try to power the camera off, inserta memory card into it. And then power it on. You may be able tomove files onto your memory card this way. If your computer has amemory card slot, you can also just insert the memory card into theslot and move pictures onto it that way.
It depends how much memory you have on your phone, but you dont have to. If you like taking pictures then you might want to think about it(:
I took a cord that plugs into the camera inside the memory card opening(AV/out) it hooked up with the computer. Yea
Some Macintosh Computers made in the last 5 years have an in built memeory card read/writer. If you you are using the internal reader then inserting the card into the drive…, waiting until the card appears onscreen and using the click-and-drag method to copy files from the Mac desktop to the memory card will work. Should you have an earlier Mac that lacks the internal card drive then pluging the drive cable into the back of the Mac will allow access to the card. Mac are a bit different to other machines in that draging a disk icon to the trash can will eject the disk
Many cameras can have deleted pictures recovered using programs on the computer. It depends on the camera you are using, so this particular method might not work for you. You …could try a program called CardRecovery. There is a charge for this service ($40 approx), but it is worth it to recover pictures. There are some free programs, but they are not reliable. Here's how you can recover pictures on a Sony Cybershot camera: 1. Install Card Recovery - See related link. 2. Plug your camera into the computer. 3. Follow the instructions it gives you step-by-step. If they're not self-explanatory enough, see the instructions in the related link. Note: It won't ask you to pay right away. After you have looked through your pictures and selected the ones you want to save, it will ask you to pay. I know it is a bit pricey, but it really is worth it.
Once you have put the card in, it should either; 1. Pop up on your screen 2. Or you can go to "Computer" and double click on the memory card.
Connect the card to the computer (either slide it into the built-in card slot or use a USB card reader). Open the memory card (it should show up as drive E or F). Open the fol…der containing the pictures, and simply 'drag and drop' them to the card. It should copy (rather than move the files)