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Pictures won't record on SD card

I see the camera is taking images, and the screen reads a new number when an image is taken, but it won't go on the SD card. I tried to SD card in my computer, and the card will take files from there. Is there something in the set-up I have missed?

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Maybe you are saving pictures to your camera internal memory,if so try to change it in settings for SD card,or it could be that your camera does not accept the type of sd you are using,try any other card and see

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