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If I understand you correctly, you put pics onto the SD card using the computer, then put the card in the camera and now can't see the pics? Is that correct? The camera won't recognize the pics because it uses a different recording system than the computer. Now if you want to take more pictures using that card, you will need to format it in the camera first.
It could be something more serious, but the problem you describe is frequently due to
corroded battery contacts inside the camera. Remove the batteries and
wipe the camera contacts firmly with a clean cloth (heavy corrosion may
require cleaning with a fine wire brush, steel wool, or fine
sandpaper). Remove any residue that may have fallen into the battery
compartment during cleaning, clean the contacts at both ends of the
batteries, and reinsert them in the camera. This cleaning cures the
problem about 90% of the time, and I hope it works for you.
unfortunately SD cards are very unreliable. if the card is recognized by your computer but you are still unable to view the pics... you have to format the card - This will result in the loss of all data on the card. If you perform a quick format you could try using an undelete software - A great suite of software is called glary utilities and it includes an undeleter. but i dont know if you will be able to save them or not
there is no need for any software to get the camera pics just insert usb and select the option from ur camera it will show up as rem drive in my computer drive list , pls let me know if u get otherwise i can guide u further on how to specifically set the option in camera settings menu dont put it on webcam mode put it on PC mode
after connecting your camera, power it up. the computer will then prompt new hardware found and is ready to use. in most cases, the camera will be treated as another disk in your computer (like usb disk). go to my computer and check if there is a removable devices listed. open that drive then you may start to copy and paste it on any folder of your computer.
the camera should also come with a cd, which you may install in your computer.
you don't need a cd or software to upload the pics to your computer you just need a sd card reader to connect your card to the pc and from there you can move the pic from your card to your computer. A card reader is actually quite cheap.
You dont really need any software. Plug the camera to a USB port on your computer. Next right click START, select Explore. In the left panel, scroll down to your camera's entry (should be the drive after your DVD/CDROM drive. Click on the (+) next to the enrty, browse to the folder that contains the pics, select pics and right click copy. Now browse to a folder on you PC where you would like to paste them and right click paste. You can also use this method to delete pics from your camera.
There are few method to copy the pic from camera to pc.
1) disable yr anti virus b4 connect the camera to pc.
2) re-install the camera driver on pc again
3) use card reader to transfer the pic to pc.
Hope it help