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Pictures delete from the camera when I download on the camera.

I want to download my pictures to the computer and keep them on the camera at the same time. When I download to the computer the photos delete from the camera. Thanks, Terri

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On the side of your memory card there is a little switch that says LOCK. put it in the lock position, then the computer will not be allowed to delete the pictures from the camera. Usually when you download the pictures to your computer, there is a little pop-up window that asks if you want to keep or delete the originals. That is referring to the originals on your camera.

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There are several possible causes for this.

1a) The pictures are in a folder unknown to the camera. This could be due to the folder name, or its position in the folder structure.

1b) The pictures have filenames that do not correspond to the camera's naming scheme.

2a) The pictures were taken by a different camera. Many cameras will not display pictures that were taken by a different camera.

2b) The pictures have been edited on a computer. Many cameras will not display altered pictures.

Unless you have very strong reasons for keeping some pictures on the card, you should have the camera format the card after you download the pictures to a computer. Formatting wipes out all information on the card, preparing it afresh for further use. Failure to format the card periodically can lead to future problems.

If you need to keep some pictures on the card, format the card in the camera, then use a card reader to put the pictures back onto the card.

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Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive.

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1.Install on your computer the software that came with your digital camera
2.Connect your camera to your computer using the USB cable that came with your camera. You must have a USB port to download pictures to your computer.
3.Choose the folder where you want your pictures downloaded. The computer will choose the "My Pictures" folder by default unless you want them in a different folder.
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After downloading pictures, are you keeping all your pictures on the camera card and never deleting them? Your card must be very full. Also, your computer can't tell the difference between new pictures and the ones you don't want to download. Why not download everything and then format the card in the camera for a fresh start?

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Sometimes there are other folders and the pictures can be hidden.
Also make sure to check internal memory with the card removed. Remove the memory card, turn on the camera and check if any of the pictures are on the internal memory.

Also, use a card reader for the computer instead of using the camera connected to the computer.
With a card reader you may be able to see the folders (if any) and retrieve your pictures.
Never delete any pictures or edit them from the computer to the camera. This can cause corruption and loss of pictures and files.

Always download (copy) them from the camera on to the computer.

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