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01.10.2019

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I've tried a wired tether from camera and removing SD card and using it in the card reader, plus using the SD card in a separate card reader plugged into USB ports two ports. The computer just doesn't see it.

I've tried formatting the card. Replaced the Samsung card with a Sandisk with a few new pictures. Reset the camera.

Using wireless and the Image App, I transferred to my iPhone 5S. Only two images from nine made the transfer. A message appeared saying something like 'transfer failed due to unsupported file format'. What has gone wrong? Why did two of the images transfer and not the other seven? Most importantly, why does this camera and its SD cards, and only this camera, not get recognised by the iMac running the latest software?

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Neither camera or either SD card inserted in reader get mounted and they do not show up in Finder. I've re-started finder and rebooted the iMac separately while the devices were connected. The files look fine in the camera. CameraCarl wrote: I'm stumped initially. I presume you rebooted the computer somewhere along the line troubleshooting. Yes, I have re-booted with the card in the iMac's reader slot and without. Some questions, though: if you use another card are you having the same problems?

Yes, I changed the Samsung card for a Sandisk this afternoon. No difference. The computer does not see either whether connected by cable or reader slot. I have not tried the Image App to transfer with wi-fi using the Sandisk, but only two of several more successfully transferred from the Samsung. No idea why those two succeeded while the others were reported as of being an unrecognised file type. If you put the problematic card in a different camera, are you having the same problems?

I have not done this but I have successfully imported from two other cameras over the last few days. This is not a new problem with this camera and I have had the unsupported file type message before and at that time managed to use the USB card reader which I seldom use to transfer to my desktop and then Photo would import from there. However, now the cards from the G6 are just invisible to the iMac. I'll try the Samsung in the G7 camera tomorrow to see whether it then becomes visible.

Did you reformat the card in the camera or the computer? If you haven't tried reformatting in the camera, try it and report back. I can only format cards that have been used in this camera in the camera, because they are not visible on the iMac. Indeed when connected by cable the rear screen of the camera shows 'connecting to PC' permanently. I suspect that it should change to 'connected to PC' when recognised. Anyhow, it does not show up in Finder at all and I have rebooted Finder itself while the SD card is in the reader slot and without. The camera itself functions normally.

Aberaeron wrote: CameraCarl wrote: I'm stumped initially. I presume you rebooted the computer somewhere along the line troubleshooting. Yes, I have re-booted with the card in the iMac's reader slot and without. Some questions, though: if you use another card are you having the same problems? Yes, I changed the Samsung card for a Sandisk this afternoon. No difference.

The computer does not see either whether connected by cable or reader slot. I have not tried the Image App to transfer with wi-fi using the Sandisk, but only two of several more successfully transferred from the Samsung. No idea why those two succeeded while the others were reported as of being an unrecognised file type. If you put the problematic card in a different camera, are you having the same problems?

I have not done this but I have successfully imported from two other cameras over the last few days. This is not a new problem with this camera and I have had the unsupported file type message before and at that time managed to use the USB card reader which I seldom use to transfer to my desktop and then Photo would import from there. However, now the cards from the G6 are just invisible to the iMac. I'll try the Samsung in the G7 camera tomorrow to see whether it then becomes visible.

Did you reformat the card in the camera or the computer? If you haven't tried reformatting in the camera, try it and report back. I can only format cards that have been used in this camera in the camera, because they are not visible on the iMac. You should never format the cards in a computer - always in the camera. Indeed when connected by cable the rear screen of the camera shows 'connecting to PC' permanently.

I suspect that it should change to 'connected to PC' when recognised. Anyhow, it does not show up in Finder at all and I have rebooted Finder itself while the SD card is in the reader slot and without. The camera itself functions normally. Try a couple of different cards into a different computer, using a couple of different readers. If no joy, sounds like the camera isn't writing to card properly. Make sure you format the cards in the camera each time you put them back in.

TomN wrote: Is the card in question a SDXC card, and if so, are you using SDXC readers? SDXC 16 GB cards. I've used the G6 and that Samsung card for about three years. Have identical cards in other cameras. Never a problem until the Sierra update and still only needed to rename some other cards. Not sure whether all my cameras/cards lost their identity but most seem to have, but that is no problem because they are recognised at least. The iMac has its own card reader slot to the right of the screen.

As I've explained, I have also tethered the camera by USB wire and it isn't seen using that method either. Again, the image files look fine in the camera. Early in the week I had an issue with the same camera/card where it would be seen by the iMac but Photo would claim that the files were not a recognised type and wouldn't transfer them. I got over that by copying the image files to the desktop, from where Photo would oblige. Now the card/camera just doesn't connect or show up in Finder, however connected physically to the iMac.

I've reset file numbers on the G6 today and by tomorrow night I will have experimented a bit more. Almost forgot to mention again that I wirelessly transferred images from the G6 to my iPhone yesterday morning, because that was the only way I could think of to get some important images onto the iMac, and only two of seven migrated successfully. The others again flagged up a message that file type was unrecognised.

I now realise that this probably means that the problem is with the camera or card rather than the iMac. Although it is rather odd that my troubles started immediately after the Sierra update on the iMac. IMac now doesn't see the card from my G7 either. So it can't be the card or the camera. The card this time is a Lexar 128 GB 1000X, which worked perfectly with the iMac last week.

I haven't tried connecting the camera through the USB cable yet but I doubt whether it will be visible that way either. I'm getting up for work in six hours, so I can't try tonight. This is really bugging me now and from doing a search it seems that Mac computers quite commonly have this type of problem. Unfortunately I can't find any answers as yet. Neither card nor camera shows in Finder or anywhere else.

Files uploaded by other means seem to be the wrong file type or something and did not copy from camera to iPhone even. Surely someone else has this issue which seems to be shared between iMac and iPhone? Aberaeron wrote: iMac now doesn't see the card from my G7 either. So it can't be the card or the camera. The card this time is a Lexar 128 GB 1000X, which worked perfectly with the iMac last week. I haven't tried connecting the camera through the USB cable yet but I doubt whether it will be visible that way either. I'm getting up for work in six hours, so I can't try tonight.

This is really bugging me now and from doing a search it seems that Mac computers quite commonly have this type of problem. First I've heard of it, and I've been using Macs since 1990 and know scores of other Mac-using professional photographers. I hardly think it's 'common'.

More likely, a handful of folks have made a lot of noise. Unfortunately I can't find any answers as yet. Neither card nor camera shows in Finder or anywhere else. Files uploaded by other means seem to be the wrong file type or something and did not copy from camera to iPhone even. Surely someone else has this issue which seems to be shared between iMac and iPhone? I'll ask again, as you didn't reply to my previous post - Have you tried a different Mac? That would be my next step.

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Jacques Cornell wrote: Aberaeron wrote: iMac now doesn't see the card from my G7 either. So it can't be the card or the camera. The card this time is a Lexar 128 GB 1000X, which worked perfectly with the iMac last week. I haven't tried connecting the camera through the USB cable yet but I doubt whether it will be visible that way either. I'm getting up for work in six hours, so I can't try tonight.

This is really bugging me now and from doing a search it seems that Mac computers quite commonly have this type of problem. First I've heard of it, and I've been using Macs since 1990 and know scores of other Mac-using professional photographers. I hardly think it's 'common'. More likely, a handful of folks have made a lot of noise. Unfortunately I can't find any answers as yet. Neither card nor camera shows in Finder or anywhere else.

Files uploaded by other means seem to be the wrong file type or something and did not copy from camera to iPhone even. Surely someone else has this issue which seems to be shared between iMac and iPhone? I'll ask again, as you didn't reply to my previous post - Have you tried a different Mac? That would be my next step.

I don't have a different Mac and don't know of anyone who has one either. I don't live in a densely populated area.

Thanks anyway. Aberaeron wrote: Jacques Cornell wrote: Aberaeron wrote: iMac now doesn't see the card from my G7 either. So it can't be the card or the camera. The card this time is a Lexar 128 GB 1000X, which worked perfectly with the iMac last week. I haven't tried connecting the camera through the USB cable yet but I doubt whether it will be visible that way either.

I'm getting up for work in six hours, so I can't try tonight. This is really bugging me now and from doing a search it seems that Mac computers quite commonly have this type of problem. First I've heard of it, and I've been using Macs since 1990 and know scores of other Mac-using professional photographers. I hardly think it's 'common'. More likely, a handful of folks have made a lot of noise. Unfortunately I can't find any answers as yet.

Neither card nor camera shows in Finder or anywhere else. Files uploaded by other means seem to be the wrong file type or something and did not copy from camera to iPhone even.

Surely someone else has this issue which seems to be shared between iMac and iPhone? I'll ask again, as you didn't reply to my previous post - Have you tried a different Mac?

That would be my next step. I don't have a different Mac and don't know of anyone who has one either.

I don't live in a densely populated area. Thanks anyway. Is there any way you can boot your Mac from a pre-Sierra OS? Maybe you have a clone copy of your El Cap install, or a bootable installer or utility drive?

Jacques Cornell wrote: Aberaeron wrote: Jacques Cornell wrote: Aberaeron wrote: iMac now doesn't see the card from my G7 either. So it can't be the card or the camera. The card this time is a Lexar 128 GB 1000X, which worked perfectly with the iMac last week. I haven't tried connecting the camera through the USB cable yet but I doubt whether it will be visible that way either.

I'm getting up for work in six hours, so I can't try tonight. This is really bugging me now and from doing a search it seems that Mac computers quite commonly have this type of problem. First I've heard of it, and I've been using Macs since 1990 and know scores of other Mac-using professional photographers.

I hardly think it's 'common'. More likely, a handful of folks have made a lot of noise.

Unfortunately I can't find any answers as yet. Neither card nor camera shows in Finder or anywhere else.

Files uploaded by other means seem to be the wrong file type or something and did not copy from camera to iPhone even. Surely someone else has this issue which seems to be shared between iMac and iPhone? I'll ask again, as you didn't reply to my previous post - Have you tried a different Mac? That would be my next step. I don't have a different Mac and don't know of anyone who has one either.

I don't live in a densely populated area. Thanks anyway.

Is there any way you can boot your Mac from a pre-Sierra OS? Maybe you have a clone copy of your El Cap install, or a bootable installer or utility drive? You've got me thinking. I could boot it to Windows7 and try transferring to that partition. I've also got a couple of laptops running W7 I could try.

I'm over 100 miles from home at the minute, so it will have to wait a while. Nothing better than bouncing ideas around. It will narrow the issue down to camera or computer. Aberaeron wrote: Jacques Cornell wrote: Aberaeron wrote: Jacques Cornell wrote: Aberaeron wrote: iMac now doesn't see the card from my G7 either. So it can't be the card or the camera.

The card this time is a Lexar 128 GB 1000X, which worked perfectly with the iMac last week. I haven't tried connecting the camera through the USB cable yet but I doubt whether it will be visible that way either. I'm getting up for work in six hours, so I can't try tonight. This is really bugging me now and from doing a search it seems that Mac computers quite commonly have this type of problem.

First I've heard of it, and I've been using Macs since 1990 and know scores of other Mac-using professional photographers. I hardly think it's 'common'.

More likely, a handful of folks have made a lot of noise. Unfortunately I can't find any answers as yet. Neither card nor camera shows in Finder or anywhere else. Files uploaded by other means seem to be the wrong file type or something and did not copy from camera to iPhone even. Surely someone else has this issue which seems to be shared between iMac and iPhone?

I'll ask again, as you didn't reply to my previous post - Have you tried a different Mac? That would be my next step. I don't have a different Mac and don't know of anyone who has one either. I don't live in a densely populated area. Thanks anyway. Is there any way you can boot your Mac from a pre-Sierra OS? Maybe you have a clone copy of your El Cap install, or a bootable installer or utility drive?

You've got me thinking. I could boot it to Windows7 and try transferring to that partition. I've also got a couple of laptops running W7 I could try. I'm over 100 miles from home at the minute, so it will have to wait a while. Nothing better than bouncing ideas around.

It will narrow the issue down to camera or computer. Yeah, it sounds like you've tried different cards and different readers, as well as direct connect via USB, not to mention reformatting the card(s). So, the remaining variables are the camera, the computer, and the OS.

FWIW, before upgrading my OS to a new full version (not a point update), I generally clone my boot drive to a.dmg file kept on a large HD. My boot volume is only 150GB (OS & apps only), so a clone takes up only about 80-100GB of space. This way, I can downshift if needed. It was a Mac OS software fault. I've been on a training course today but found the will to try again this evening. The SD slot and the USB cable tether would not work with either G6 or G7 and I tried an older stored card and that couldn't be read either. Again did some Google research and eventually tried restarting the computer while holding down the Command+R keys.

I've no idea what happened or the technical aspects of the cure. It worked, that's what matters. Thanks to all who bounced a few ideas back. It all helps to narrow down the issues. Connected the G7 to the USB cable this morning and again the camera doesn't show up on the iMac. Something is very wrong with the OS software it seems to me. The iMac was set to 'sleep' overnight and woken at 8.30a.m.

And I took a few photographs of the Trinity House survey ship THV Galatea, just off the coast and my land. Will have to restart the iMac in the same way again, it seems, to transfer the images to the iMac. There is obviously something wrong and, since that is the case, there must be an answer and cure somewhere. Aberaeron wrote: I've tried a wired tether from camera and removing SD card and using it in the card reader, plus using the SD card in a separate card reader plugged into USB ports two ports. The computer just doesn't see it.

I've tried formatting the card. Replaced the Samsung card with a Sandisk with a few new pictures.

Reset the camera. Using wireless and the Image App, I transferred to my iPhone 5S. Only two images from nine made the transfer.

A message appeared saying something like 'transfer failed due to unsupported file format'. What has gone wrong? Why did two of the images transfer and not the other seven? Most importantly, why does this camera and its SD cards, and only this camera, not get recognised by the iMac running the latest software? Neither camera or either SD card inserted in reader get mounted and they do not show up in Finder. I've re-started finder and rebooted the iMac separately while the devices were connected.

The files look fine in the camera. My iMac has continued to have issues with not recognising newly plugged in SD cards, tethered cameras and USB devices. They do not show up in finder and even Image Viewer doesn't get them to appear. Usually resetting the PRam, whatever that is, does the trick for a day or so, but to do this I have to restart the computer while holding down Command/Alt/P/R. The thing is, even this is now becoming unreliable and I sometimes have to restart and reset several times before it works. This is infuriating. Anyone else come across this issue and found a cure or reliable workaround for it?

Aberaeron wrote: Aberaeron wrote: I've tried a wired tether from camera and removing SD card and using it in the card reader, plus using the SD card in a separate card reader plugged into USB ports two ports. The computer just doesn't see it. I've tried formatting the card. Replaced the Samsung card with a Sandisk with a few new pictures. Reset the camera. Using wireless and the Image App, I transferred to my iPhone 5S. Only two images from nine made the transfer.

A message appeared saying something like 'transfer failed due to unsupported file format'. What has gone wrong? Why did two of the images transfer and not the other seven?

Most importantly, why does this camera and its SD cards, and only this camera, not get recognised by the iMac running the latest software? Neither camera or either SD card inserted in reader get mounted and they do not show up in Finder. I've re-started finder and rebooted the iMac separately while the devices were connected. The files look fine in the camera.

My iMac has continued to have issues with not recognising newly plugged in SD cards, tethered cameras and USB devices. They do not show up in finder and even Image Viewer doesn't get them to appear. Usually resetting the PRam, whatever that is, does the trick for a day or so, but to do this I have to restart the computer while holding down Command/Alt/P/R.

The thing is, even this is now becoming unreliable and I sometimes have to restart and reset several times before it works. This is infuriating. Anyone else come across this issue and found a cure or reliable workaround for it?

I have noticed that my older IMac has now started not showing when to take the SD card out of the slot when I finish uploading. Don't know if this is due to the newest OS upgrade or not? Anyway, I have not had an issue with my computer not recognizing the SD card. Have you tried reinstalling the OS?

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