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Mar
13
reviewed Approve How to configure Postfix mail on Red Hat Linux?
Mar
13
reviewed Approve VS 2010 shortcut keys not the defaul keys
Mar
13
reviewed Looks OK how to combine contents of 2 txt files in unix..i know the cat command can do this but how?
Mar
13
reviewed Reviewed Force-refreshing only JavaScript files in Firefox and Chrome
Mar
13
revised Force-refreshing only JavaScript files in Firefox and Chrome
Fixed spelling, improved formatting
Mar
13
reviewed Approve How do I make the tab-key expand abbreviations for emmet in eclipse?
Mar
13
reviewed No Action Needed Trying to rename a bunch of files through command prompt ren command but it's not giving the desired output
Mar
12
reviewed Approve PuTTY Network Error: Software caused connection abort
Mar
12
reviewed No Action Needed Azure VM (OpenLogic CentOS 6.3): no kernel-headers
Mar
12
reviewed Reject Setup SSHd on port 522 on CentOS 6.3 (x64)
Mar
12
reviewed Edit Unable to adjust screen brightness of Dell XPS 15 laptop running Windows 8
Mar
12
revised Unable to adjust screen brightness of Dell XPS 15 laptop running Windows 8
Fixed spelling, grammar
Mar
12
reviewed No Action Needed Can not see anything on my Laptop display
Mar
12
comment Why is my sd card only readable in the camera but not in the computer?
Back in 2003 most SD cards were probably only 16-64MB which was well below the limit of FAT16. Indeed, the original SD spec only allowed for cards with a maximum of 1-2GB. You are finding that the camera can only use the card if it formats it itself, so clearly it has some limitation about what it supports. If you read the article here it explains about the limitations of the original SD spec and the fact that FAT16 was standard until SDHC: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital.
Mar
11
comment Why is my sd card only readable in the camera but not in the computer?
Wow that is an old camera - it's 10 years old. I suspect it might be struggling a bit because SD cards have changed a lot since then - there are newer standards like SDHC. I'm not sure it would even support FAT32 and/or cards over a few gigabytes. What capacity is the card?
Mar
11
reviewed Reviewed Automatically name output of montage based on input files
Mar
11
revised Automatically name output of montage based on input files
Removed greeting and signature
Mar
11
reviewed No Action Needed I can't boot from any USB device after installing Linux
Mar
11
reviewed Approve How to save attachments in Thunderbird on arrival automatically?
Mar
11
comment Why is my sd card only readable in the camera but not in the computer?
I'm guessing the file system is corrupt. If you need those images then maybe try a recovery tool like piriform.com/recuva or cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec. What digital camera is it BTW?