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ImageMate USB I took pictures with my camera, and decided to put them on the computer, rearange them, then put them back in my camera in the groups I wanted. However, I put them in my computer, rearanged them, and they ended up not showing up when I put the memory card in my camera! They show up on the computer though with my memory card. How do I put them back in my camera?

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Re: ImageMate USB

Copy and past. If it is corrupt, scan computer and card for virus.Espesialy worm virus.

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