Kodak C140 is a digital camera that is available with amazing photography qualities, designed to capture pictures and videos that worth memories. The digital camera is 8.2 MP and features 3X optical zoom lens, an optional theatre HD player, and various shooting modes. In the interest of data storage, Kodak C140 has 16 MB of internal memory and is available with a expansion slot for SD (Secure Digital) and SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) memory cards. All the photos that you store on these cards and camera’s internal memory remain intact until you format the card, delete the picture accidentally or the card gets corrupt. However, if this occurs, you can safely restore them back if a valid backup is available. In case you don’t have such a backup, the Digital camera recovery utilities can help.

A Kodak C140 camera might exhibit indifferent behavior from its usual. For instance, you can encounter one of the below symptoms when trying to access the pictures and other digital files stored on SD or SDHC card:

1.The SD or SDHC card is not recognized by the camera

2.When you insert the card in the camera, it freezes and prevent to you view the files

There can be several reasons causing such issues, some of which are listed below:

1.You are using a SD or SDHC card that is not supported by the camera.

2.The SD or SDHC card in use is corrupted.

To solve the existing problem with your Kodak C140 camera, you first need to check if the card that you have inserted is same as mentioned by the manufacturer. If yes, replace the card.

In case memory card is corrupted, you need to reformat the card using the associated option within the Kodak C140 camera. This makes the card reusable with camera, but also deletes the files that were stored earlier. If the backup is unavailable and lost data is important, this creates situations of using Camera recovery software

The Camera data recovery software are exclusive products designed to run scanning algorithms that offer safe digital file restoration from a logically crashed media. It supports almost all digital cameras and is compatible with SD cards, SDHC cards, MMC cards, Zip Disks, Hard Drives, and other media. The tool is available for both Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.



Source by Paul Harry