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Photo recognition i have a 4gb sd card installed and taken 352 photos and now when i take photos and go back to see the last photos taken a large yellow question mark is displayed instead of the photo captured.the original 352 photos are ok tho.some display a tiny pic of the photo taken but these can not be downloaded to the computer

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  • yzfr1 Dec 07, 2007

    Thanks for your reply.I bought a cf card reader but unfotunately it would not open these files.I reinserted card in camera and it is still showing these tiny pics which i am unable to open on my computer.Any other suggestions appreciated.Cheers



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Try using a CF card reader ... when you hook the CF card reader to the PC .. it will open up the cf card as a drive.. you can download the pics by copy and paste...

reformat the card after that

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