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I can't transfer images from camera to computer

When I connect my camera to my computer using the supplies USB cable and prompt it through the transfer, only the first 60 shots of the total 301 actually appear. The rest have a big, red X and say downloading. When I prompt it to transfer anyway, it starts and then stops saying there is an error. When I plug the memory stick into the photo machine at Walgreens, all the images come up but it will neither print individual images or copy all images to a disc. How can I get these images to my computer or on a disc?!?!?! Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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  • LauraBth Sep 28, 2008

    Thanks but I figured it out. I scrolled through the pics in view mode on my camera. I encountered 2 that said "file error" and deleted them. Then I connected my camera to my computer and lo and behold ALL the pics were visible and I transferred them ALL onto my computer. Phew!!

  • Anonymous Oct 08, 2008

    same as above

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics May 11, 2010

    You need to buy software named MS-File-Rescue-OP (here MS for Memory-Stick) to recover corrupted files.

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Thats good, problem resolved.

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