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Image zone plus

Have image zone plus on windows xp.  downloads from camera card are not working.  (was working fine)  Image zone makes monthly folder, but no photos appear in folder after download is supposedly complete.  Also when I try to "View All" in Image zone plus, a message pops up:  "The program has encountered an unexpected error.  Object reference not set to an instance of an object."  What does this mean?

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  • JoyceDou Oct 17, 2007

    Thanks for response, but that's not the problem. Image zone plus was working, isn't now. Same camera etc before and after problem occurred. Applied new Mcafee updates and also automatic Windows updates. Could these be causing problem? We downloaded pictures from card to "MY PICTURES" folder. Image zone plus doesn't see the new folder.

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Tell me camera model & if it having memory stick or not if ur havinf it then u can transfer it from memory stick also

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