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Accessing pics from memory stick

There are pics on the camera's memory stick, and when I try to access it I get an error that says "J:\DCIM\101MSDCF is not accessible The parameter is incorrect" What can I do to access pics.

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This is a computer error. Check images are there in the camera by looking at the review screen. Then check you have not 'locked' the stick or 'protected' images turn off the protected then try

Posted on Aug 14, 2007

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i have winrar on my windows 7 pc but should work for anything with winrar.

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click and open DCIM folder, it will contain another folder 101MSDCF.
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