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Reloaded pics to my camera from computer, but now unable to delete from camera..... says "can not delete picture''

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Hi

connect from the PC and check to see the properties of the images check to see they are hidden or read only

delelte from there and u r back in business

happy phtoraphing, enjoy

cheers
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Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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