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I can't move a photo jpeg file from my desktop to my P50 camera card.

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Normally you do not copy files from computer into camera. You just copy from camera into computer.
Try putting the camera card into a card reader and copy from there.
If it does not work, check that the tiny tab on a side of the card is not on lock position.
Also check that the memory card is no full.
If none of the above, then the memory card may have a problem.
In that case save all the files on memory card on computer and try formatting the card.

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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