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My computer will take my pics off my sd card

My computer won't take my pics off my sd card

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  • as long as you comp. can see the card in "My Computer" you should be able to open it file with your comp. file browser along with the place you want to save them to and drag and drop.
  • If you are using a wire to link PC & camera the wire may be at fault.
  • try another card reader.
  • also try the card in something eles to see if it is the card that is faulty (due to wrongly removing it sometime) may not have finished read/write when it was unplugged so got broken.
  • SDcards can break Veasy so try to use another card to check the PC/camera link is working.
  • get a photo viewer programe (you can find free ones or buy a cheaper one, they should have all you need and you will not need an expensive version.

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