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Re: The captured images cannot be played back.

Check the following: 1. When there are several folders inside DCIM folder in the card, the images can be played back by the unit of folder. Select "View folder" from playback menu. 2. When the folder organization and the folder name are changed, the images may not be played back by the camera. Try it after returning to the initial set. 3. The image files edited or rotated on PC may not be played back. In this case it is impossible to play back the images by the camera.

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SOURCE: The captured images cannot be played back.

Check the followings: 1. When there are several folders inside DCIM folder in the card, the images can be played back by the unit of folder. Select All folders in the View folder or select desired folder in the Mark folder under the playback menu. 2. When the folder organization and the folder name are changed, the images may not be played back by the camera. Change the folder organization and the folder name back to the initial setting and try again. 3. The image files edited or rotated on PC may not be played back. In this case it is impossible to play back the images by the camera.

Posted on Sep 15, 2005

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