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I also encountered this problem and found out that this was due to camera not being ready for the next image and click at this time will cause reading problem. Secondly, this might be due to low battery while taking picture.
Do you hear any sound or can see any light when you try to turn on your camera? Try removing the memory card then turn it on again. If that doesn't work, load it with a new set of batteries. Update me what will happen.
When you connect your Nikon camera to your computer some program is automatically loading up and then transferring your pictures over. If you haven't deleted the picture from your camera then reconnect your camera back to your computer. Follow the same steps you did the first time but watch the screen carefully. When the program tells you it is copying the picture over it should have a window open to the directory that it is using for the transfer. You should be able to get to that directory in your computer to work with your picture.
If the program deleted the picture from your camera then just shoot another picture so that you have something to work with. Most programs use some kind of a naming convention when it is saving your pictures, Usually it is a name made up of the date you are transferring the picture on as well as a number. The program should open a window before the transfer is completed to allow you to use your own naming convention.
You will have to get your pictures onto your computer. The easiest way is to take the memory card out of the camera and put it into a card reader on the computer. It will then show as a disk drive and you simply drag the picture files to your desktop.
If you got a USB lead with your camera, you can do almost the same thing by connecting the camera to your computer with the USB lead. You shouldn't have to load any software with the latest cameras and computers- the computer ought to see the camera as a disk drive as above.
The you have to attach the pics to your emails and send them, but watch out- the pics are likely to be very large files. You might want to resize them in an image editing program before sending them over the internet. Your friends might not like getting a 5 megabyte email.
If you are using HDMI cables shouldn't happen. Can you see the picture for the videos on the camera screen? Check the connection and setup on the computer for videos. Make sure your computer supports the kind of videos you are shootiong at the speed it loads on the computer. Trying saving the files on the computer hard drive and then watching it from the computer.
I have three camera. One is a Fuji and I love it.
I find using a card reader is much better than downloading from the camera. If you know someone who has one ask to borrow it. See if it solves the problem.
Hope this helps