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Transfer photos from hard drive to nikon coolpix L11?

I have a coolpix L4 that shows as a drive on my PC, and I can put photos back on the sd memory card in the camera. However, a friend has a coolpix L11 that only shows as "L11" on his PC, and he cannot put photos back on the sd card in the camera (the copy/paste feature does not work). Any ideas how this can be done?

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  • AmateurTech Dec 10, 2007

    The same thing happened with my Nikon! It's an L12. I used to be able to transfer pix from my hard drive to my SD card using my older model Nikon. Any suggestions, anyone? Thanks!

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Change your USB option to Mass storage.

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