Having bought a new digital camera, I took about 47 photos & 2 short video clips this weekend. I wanted to copy them into different files but when I tried I got this error messagr "Cannot copy *** there is not enough free memory space. Quit one or more programs & try again" I did quit some progams with no luck. I have never had problems before copying fairle large files, where am I going wrong, can I increase the available memory ?
I am trying to copy onto the hard disc, I have a Kodak easy share DX6440, and when I connect to the computer It shows in win explorer as another drive (Digital Camera) I want to copy from there to a file I have called Kodak pictures which I have then split into different Named files EG London Trip, Gary's Birthday Etc. It is when I try to move the files that I get the message.
anchor, I am already using "Send to toys" which did not work, I have uninstalled it, downloaded & tried yours. Unfortunately that didn't work either. hssutton, strange I am dssutton, however I have tried, and the most it will copy at one time is about 700kb. I think the problem is somewhere in the computer set up, not having enough free memory configured to do the job, but I don't know how to get to it.
OK, here is all I can tell you I think. OS Win XP Home, in properties they are read only files, but if I untick read only & apply there is no difference although, if having tried to move them I go back to properties they are back to read only. Wildrover, When I put the camera on the docking station and press the button it immediately connects to the computer which searches for images, these images then appear under Digital Camera F drive in My Computer. They are all there. I can then transfer them one at a time to My Photos orb any other file, but if I try to do more than one at atime I still get the above message about free memory. Oddly this has only happened today. The last time I did it about 2 weeks ago there was no problem.
Just to eliminate a possible problem with the docking station. Unplug the USB lead from the dock and plug it straight into the camera itself. [Under the flap where you insert the SD card] It will still be recognised as the same drive letter and should upload the photo's the same way.
I have the DX 6340 and can use either method. So far without any problems and up to 150 photo's each time.