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Can't open photos on PC

I took numerous photos all of which I can open on the camera itself and look at, but when I put the card into the card-reader of my PC I am only able to open the first half of the photos. I can't open the second half of the files. While they have the .jpg ending all software I tried says its not a .jpg-file and it can't be opened.

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Take all the images off the card into a folder. Put card back in camera and format it. Run some more shots - we are trying to prove the card is OK. Meanwhile go on line to www.konvar.com and download PC Inspector. install the programs and run the 'dud' files through it- you may be lucky. Coming bakc to the Camera - it seems a batch of files corrupted in the taking- which is at fault? The test above will tell.

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