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Picture files not being read by pc?

Although pictures on camera,my pc will not recognise them.

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    same, all pictures and movies on the memory stick show up when stick is on camera, but when I connect stick (or camera itself) to the PC, nothing is shown (i.e: empty). Model: DSC-F707, stick is Memory Stick Magic Gate 128MB.

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Make sure that your camera will use magic gate chips... dsc-71/72 will not use them.

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