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I have a HP Pavilion lap top with Windows Vista. The problem is when using a xd card from my camera, I'm shooting my pictures in camera raw for large prints. All the images have RAF labled on all of those images instead of pictures. How can correct this problem so i can view my pictures?

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Find an image converter then convert the file to .jpeg format

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Hi i am kiran, i work for HP tech support , i suggest to reinstall the Media card drivers as the link given below. Pleae let me know the status, thakyou


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