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My camera stops importing photos to my pc

While importing photos to my pc my camera will only load part of the files that are on the camera. Not sure if its a cord, battery or other problem. Any help you could give me would be great. thanks

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Re: my camera stops importing photos to my pc

Remove memory card and try in a card reader if you are not already.
othwise, you may have a problem with the computer you are using.
try rebooting both. for the camera, remove the battery for about 10 seconds.
good luck

Posted on Dec 23, 2007

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right click, import settings, then specify a file to drop the images.

thats the only thing i can think of. call sony if that doesn't help. good luck


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