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Two things to try:
1. Get a separate card reader and use it to download the pics to your computer.
2. Take the card to Walmart and plug the card into a Kodak Picture Kiosk machine. You can print the pics or even make a cd of them.
Once you safely have your pics. put the card back into the camera, go into the menu and find "format"..follow the on-screen instructions to erase and initialize the card. Everything should be back to normal.
Open the control panel switch classic view, click scanner and camera ,,click right aim camera in front and you can see your picture then ok.
If cannot see open control panel insert camera usb to computer , click add hardware just follow instruction on screen.
check also device manager
The FS06 switch is probably defective and needs to be replaced...especially if the status of the lights does not change after you cycle the power on and off with no network cables plugged in. These switches are sensitive to overheating and can easily be damaged if used next to other warm network equipment or with air vents blocked by papers, etc.
Turn-on order is not critical in this scenario, but ideally you should plug in all network cables, turn on the switch first, then turn on the computer.
Can you get the card to someone who has a card reader to check it out?
Or take the card to your local digital photo processor?
Lets come back to the Computer.
1st remove any Polaroid software you may have installed.
Then plug the camera in- does a new drive come up in my computer?
If yes- can you open it and find a DCIM folder?
Go to www.konvar. and download PC Inspector.
This program will find all images on the card if there are any.
So det the card checked to see if that is a fault then if it is buy a new card.
If the card is not at fault Go the the Polaroid Tech Support Team[You could do this any way to save time]