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Transfering pictures onto the CFC

When I pull the flash card to print the pictures, it is empty.  I have tried to transfer from internal memory onto the flash card, and I keep getting the message none moved?  Can you tell me how to do this?

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I have the same camera.i have the memory card in the camera,and it says the pics have been transfered to the card.when i try to download the pics to my pc it says the card is empty, no pics

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