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Retrieving pictures When I go to "My Computer" and click on the D70 icon then "get picture from camera" I receive a message stating "there are no pictures currently available". Can anyone help?

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You could have a bent pin on your CF card holder....
You could have a bad compression board bad .
Be sure to check your cf card also .

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