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Can No Longer Copy the pictures to computer using USB Cable

Teach a class with camera, student load pics on computers and sort. We're having a chain reaction now, none of the computers are able to read the pics- have reloaded drivers. Reset camera, reformatted, all that stuff, to no avail. Still have some room on my memory card, should I replace card??? Anysuggestions would be helpful.

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  • blz773 Jun 18, 2009

    I have attempted to format in camera mode, the only way the camera will allow reformat is with the toolbar, when I do that I lose any images. Is there a specific setting that I should have the camera on when I attempt this, as I am having no luck. Thanks for the original feedback, however, I could use a bit more.

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