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Downloading pictures hello, this is an old one. have got kd-310z off ebay 4 kids. tried getting pics off card with card reader but files are appearing as 'gobbledegook' on pc.symbols instead of numbers and letters. pics are appearing when card is in camera but not recognised when attached to pc. can u help???? cheers, Dave.

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  • Takezo Oct 14, 2008

    thanks for help. i actually have a micro SD card in an adapter in the camera and have a card reader that takes it. the thing i dont understand is why win xp doesnt recognise the pics as there is no driver for it, only win 98/200/ME.

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Ya This is a VERY old camera (over six years old) and uses a memory card that is no longer made.

You can try calling the Sony help line 800.222.SONY and see what they say, but I am afraid you have been had.

Look here for a good, inexpensive P&S camera and avoid buying on eBay.

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