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Images not uploaded

12 new images (among which 3 audio snapshots) wont be uploaded, although the camera detects them. i looked in every possible place in my computer, no trace of the pictures.
your help is appreciated,

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Re: images not uploaded

Try uploading your pictures into Scanner/Camera wizard on your computer. It will save them into a my pictures folder under my documents. Also make sure that they're not saved on your internal memory while you have a memory card installed, otherwise when you transfer it's only going to transfer the ones off the memory card and not the internal memory.

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