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In the past I have transferred photos from my fuji finepix XD card straight to my computer. It opens the image in Windows picture gallery where I can move it around, save it, edit it etc... The last time I tried to do this it only transferred half of the photos, and would not show the rest - the computer said that the files were corrupted or not in the correct format. However, they are showing as .JPG. Today, I went to load on more photos I had taken and it goes through the transfer/import as per usual but none of the images show up in the file. To my knowledge I have not adjusted anything on my camera.

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Reformat the internal camera memory or the memory card in the camera only. This is an option in your camera menu.

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