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Can't view pictures downloaded from Nikon D40

I uploaded all pictures off my 2GB card to computer. Half of them show up fine in my windows picture viewer. Half of them are in some file format that windows cant read. Why is my camera not making all jpg files anymore?

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>TURN ON D-40. >SELECT MODE " P " . >MENU
>SHOOTING MENU >GO TO IMAGE QUALITY >JPEG basic > OK (YOU MUST PRESS "OK" )
NOW TAKE PICTURES AND SEE.
A GOOD SITE FOR THE D-40 IS
WWW.KENROCKWELL.COM GO TO SEARCH AND TYPE IN "NIKON D-40" OK?

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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