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Photos being transferred to computer lost connection during transfer. Now no photos show in the queue

I was transferring photos from camera to computer and got message that connection was lost. Only part of the photos got transferred. Now when I attempt to transfer again, I cannot get any pictures to show in the que

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  • duncs2 Apr 27, 2009

    I have transferred over 100 pictures from my coolpix L18 and now it gives me a message that there is a problem in the connection. I have already checked the connection and the camera is only 4 months old.

  • duncs2 Apr 27, 2009

    my coolpix L18 has been transferring fine until now. I get a message that there is problem with the connection. What can I do?

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    how transfer photos from memory card to computer

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A good reason to use the 'copy' function whle transferring. Doing this will preserve the pix in the camera memory until you are sure they actually arrived on your computer.
If you have a card drive, you might pull your memory card and plug it in directly to see what might remain there. It may come up as only a 'removable drive' that you can address as if it was any other. 

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