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DSC-N1 display different when downloading photos

When I attempted to download photos to my computer, it doesn't show the display USB Connecting or the Cancel button. All it shows is a big dot in the middle with four directional buttons. I'm not sure what happened but this is the first time that the displayed showed that. I brought my camera to the beach and that is when it started occurring. The download still works fine, but I'm concerned that there will be bigger problems later on with the camera. Is there any way to fix it?

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You say 'When I attempted to download photos to my computer, it doesn't show the display USB Connecting or the Cancel button. All it shows is a big dot in the middle with four directional buttons.' Not sure where this shows. Does the camera still take picture and upload them OK? Come back

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