1. jwhitley80's Avatar
    My wifes 9700 has never had a problem until the last couple of days. She takes pictures with her phone but they won't save. She takes one, goes to view it, and nothing. Her old pictures are fine. She has about 2gb of space left on her memory card. Any ideas?

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    11-05-10 07:19 PM
  2. Rootbrian's Avatar
    Within the camera app, go to BB Menu > Options, make sure it says /media card/blackberry/pictures, back out, save.

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    11-05-10 09:08 PM
  3. igord's Avatar
    I have the same problem with the Playbook. Took a few pics today for work and was planning on reviewing them later. They were nowhere to be found. Quite annoying for a business type of phone / tablet as the BB is marketed to be.
    05-09-11 10:50 PM
  4. koolaid7's Avatar
    Alright guys, sorry to bring this up, but I'm having this problem now. I've always had the pics saved on the sd card, in the standard folder. I confirmed that my settings have not changed and all pics are saved on the sd card at /media card/blackberry/pictures .

    I took a picture today, the message "File not found" shows up, and I'm unable to save the pic. A prompt comes up where it wll ask me if I want to save it elsewhere. My sd card has 700 megs of space, so I know that's not the issue. I do have a lot of pics in the picture folder (maybe 50?)...I deleted one, and I was able to take and save a pic, but only one. Is there perhaps a limit as to how many pics I can save in that folder? A battery pull along with pulling the sd card did not work. The only thing that worked is deleting a pic to make room. Also, after it says it can't save the file, I chose another folder, /pictures/random folder and it saved there fine. So I'm guessing there is a limit the number of pictures I can save to specifically the folder /media card/blackberry/pictures ? Can anyone shed some light on this? I'm running 5.0.0.862

    Thanks
    11-21-11 10:22 PM
  5. Simon Ward1's Avatar
    It's a PC-BUG, known as the "W32/VBWorm.BEUA ". It also have other aliases but the most popular among its victims is "The annoying 1kb shortcut virus!"

    Rumors says that this virus is orginated from indonesia use just for prank purposes. its threat level is low, infecting external storage devices (exp: usb drive, memory card, BLACKBERRY PHONES etc)

    So.. No need to worry. The first thing NOT to do is to FORMAT your media drive. Your files are NOT gone or corrupted, they're just HIDDEN.

    I easily stopped the virus by stopping wscripts.exe,
    So it's embedded into Windows7 somehow??

    There is no microsoft cure yet.

    I used this in COMMAND SHELL

    E:\ATTRIB -S -H -R /S /D E:\*.*
    E:\DEL /S *.lnk
    E:\DEL /S *.vbs

    Now everything on the media card is working great!
    01-16-14 10:23 AM
  6. Rootbrian's Avatar
    It's not a damn virus. This is highly misleading information, as there are NO SUCH FILES EXISTING on the memory card. So I call it BULL. CRAP.

    It's a PC-BUG, known as the "W32/VBWorm.BEUA ". It also have other aliases but the most popular among its victims is "The annoying 1kb shortcut virus!"

    Rumors says that this virus is orginated from indonesia use just for prank purposes. its threat level is low, infecting external storage devices (exp: usb drive, memory card, BLACKBERRY PHONES etc)

    So.. No need to worry. The first thing NOT to do is to FORMAT your media drive. Your files are NOT gone or corrupted, they're just HIDDEN.

    I easily stopped the virus by stopping wscripts.exe,
    So it's embedded into Windows7 somehow??

    There is no microsoft cure yet.

    I used this in COMMAND SHELL

    E:\ATTRIB -S -H -R /S /D E:\*.*
    E:\DEL /S *.lnk
    E:\DEL /S *.vbs

    Now everything on the media card is working great!
    01-16-14 10:53 AM
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