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I had/have the same problem using L200 and SDHC memory card, called Samsung. Can't view certain pictures on camera or computer, camera freezes when viewing those certain pictures, green light flashing.
Samsung support told me that I needed to copy my (good) pictures to a computer first because a memory format will erase everything. Then format (menu->settings->format->yes) my memory card. Tried this just now and took some new pictures, so far so good.
Download the english manual version pdf file and open with adobe reader go to page 84.
When you upload a file that is not taken by this camera to the removable disk, the [File Error!] message will be displayed on the LCD monitor in the play mode, and nothing is displayed in the THUMBNAIL mode.
Make sure that the memory card is formated in the camera not the memory card reader on the computer. Make sure you save your edited files in jpeg file format. Avi for movies. The manual makes it sound like the camera will not read altered files or files not taken by the camera itself. edited files are not files taken by the camera. Good luck I hope this helps.
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vista is main problem are you viewing the picture before you move them vista has problem if u open it 1st before coping moving etc etc it does what u mentiond b4 either shut the program u are using to view with down before u transfer them
I found the solution to the problem. Connect the camera with the cord supplied. Do not open Finepix. Open Photoshop if you have it and go to file>import>via f31 or f30 and choose the pictures you want to import. Done !!!!!
When you try to transfer a large number of files (or a single large file) from a PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) device, such as a Sony Memory Stick, you may receive an error message saying that your computer cannot detect your camera or that, although it has detected the camera, the current picture cannot be copied. This happens because in older versions of WinXP the PTP driver limits file transfer to 2,048 files at one time and those files must be less than 210MB. If you update WinXP with Microsoft's latest service pack you should eliminate the problem.
There seems to be a corruption of file type between camera and computer
The fact that the computer wont play mov. but the camera will if back loaded seems odd.
JPEG files can and do go wonky if back loaded to camera after editing because essential info for the camera has been deleted.
A JPEG file as produced by a camera is properly called an EXIF file because has has EXtendedINformation.
Lose it and the camera wont know it. Like wise older PC's such Win 98 and older software don't know about EXIF so they chop it off
So something like that is happening here.
Check out Tech Support at Kodak see what they can tell you.