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Images not viewing on PC

Hello experts, my DSC-T9 has recently stopped allowing import of images from the camera to my PC (Windows XP). The image looks fine on the camera but when imported to the PC is seems to be corrupted/obscured with a larger block of a single colour. When I then go back to the camera it appears corrupted as well. Can you help?
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BJW

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It is matter of file data corruption in memory stick while writing.
Please go to camera menu, initialize your camera and format memory stick.
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