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Downloading pictures When I try to download pictures they do not copy. The pictures are all marked with an red X to copy, but also there is not picture, it is a large red X. My camera has never done this before. I am using a 2.0 GB PNY card in my camera.

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Since you say downloading and not file transfer i would suggest you access the; (from START
Control Panel
Internet Options
Advanced (tab)
Multimedia (make sure the following are checked)
Enable automatic image resize
Show Pictures
Then select apply

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