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I can´t take the photos out of my camera, it says that camera can´t copy the photo to folder.Some photos copy to my folder, but another photos don´t.

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Consider NOT connecting your camera to your computer.


The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.


Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use Nikon Transfer or any other photo cataloging program.

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SOURCE: The camera shows that there is space for only 32

Not quite sure what you are trying to convey here!

It has 30 photos that you can see
It has room for 32 more...being reported
There are folders showing on the PC or cam.

There are always folders on the camera and they are
Usually given a numeral like 124-355 125-222 etc with a master folder called something like DHMC
try clicking on the folderswith numeraols and seeing what is inside them, possibly more photos.......
You dont say what size card you are using or what mode the camera is in RAW or jpg with RAW you will get less pics per Mb than with JPG...

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That would depend on how the camera/card is connected to the computer.

If you're using the USB to connect the camera to the card, then the answer is "no." The camera functions as an expensive card reader, with "reader" being the operative word. It will not allow you to write to the card.

If you have the card plugged into a card reader connected to the computer, then the answer is "probably." Assuming the picture is as it was when transferred from the card (not edited or manipulated in any way) then you should be able to drag&drop it from the computer to the \DCIM\100NIKON folder on the card. You won't be able to do this using Nikon Transfer or most other picture downloading utilities, so open up a couple of explorer windows for the drag&drop.

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How to transfer photos from a camera to


connect the device to your computer


click start click on my computer to open from there you should see your camera then right click to open you should find the photos in there


click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your destination folder usually in my documents my pictures

right click on the photo's select copy navigate back to the photo folder right click select paste or


select the top photo hold the mouse cursor then select the bottom photo then drag the photos to your photo folder then drop them

if you need more help with this post a reply

hope this helps

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I cant save the photos in my PC


Connect the supplied USB cable from your camers to theUSB port on your computer.
The computer will see the camera as an external storage device or anexternal mass storage device, you can then open the photo folder on your camera and copy the photos to your computer.If the photos are stored on a mini or micro SD memory cardthen -An alternate method is to remove the SD memorycard from the camera and insert it into an USB card reader then connect itto the USB port on your computer. Youcan then open the photo folder on the SD memory card and copythe photo to your computer.

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  1. You can download withought the disk By usng these instructions found on:
http://www.chriscamera.com/downloadingphotos.htm
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  1. DO NOT USE THE SOFTWARE PACKAGED WITH YOUR CAMERA.
  2. The easiest program to copy picture files from one place to another came with your computer. It's called "My Computer"
  3. Turn off your camera and remove the memory card.
  4. Insert the memory card in a card reader, either one that's built into the computer or a separate one.
  5. To open My Computer, click Start, and then click My Computer
  6. The memory card shows up as a removable disk in "My Computer"
  7. Left click on that removable disk to find a folder called DCIM (Digital Camera IMages)
  8. The files in that folder are your pictures, and their names end in "jpg"
  9. Copy those files by selecting them and copying them. The keyboard shortcut (control-A) marks all the photos in a folder and the keyboard shortcut (control-C) copies them to the computer's clipboard.
  10. Navigate to the folder within "My Documents" named "My Pictures" and paste (control-V) your photos into place.
  11. Learn how to make new subfolders within the master folder "My Pictures" so that it's easier to find a photo you want. I make up folders with names like "2007March" and divide my photos by the month taken.
  12. After you copy files or folders to the hard drive, it is useful to view the hard drive to confirm that the files are copied.
  13. Do not erase photos from your memory card until you are positive you've saved them on the hard drive!


Using the camera as a source, instead of a card reader (but we really, really suggest using a card reader)

  • You can copy photo files directly from your camera to the computer. Use the USB cable that came with the camera.
  • Very important: make sure that your batteries have a full charge before you start this procedure.
  • If the power fails during the transfer, data will be corrupted.
  • Be very careful when inserting the USB cable connector into the socket of the camera. This is one of the most fragile components of the camera and we have seen cameras damaged by carelessness.
  • After you copy files or folders to the hard drive, it is useful to view the hard drive to confirm that the files are copied.
  • For the greatest safety of your irreplaceable images, make a second copy on CD, DVD or detachable hard drive.

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If you have a USB cable, connect to your camera and then connect it to the computer's USB port. the computer should see the camera as a storage device. You can then open the folders on the camera and copy the photos to a folder in your computer.
Some cameras need a program installed on the computer so you can download the photos.
The other way of downloading photos - remove the memory card from the camera and plug it into an USB memory card reader and then connect this to the USB port on the computer. The computer will see this as an external storage device, then open the folders on the memory card and copy the photos to a folder in the computer.

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Do these steps in the same order.

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I take it your camera shows as a mass storage device when you click onto my computer.

1) Double click on your C: drive, when its open RMB single click on the back ground. A box will pop up and offer several options, select NEW the FOLDER.
This will put a folder on your C: drive. With the title new folder highligted in blue, just type the word Photos and hit return. This should rename the new folder to photos.

2) Double LMB click on your photos folder, this should open it up, click on the double square icon in the top right hand corner of the window to reduce its size. Then click on the blue title bar of the window and move it to the right hand side of your screen.

3) Double LMB click on you mass storage device folder. It should open, you may see one or probably 2 folders inside. One is your camera memory, the other is the memory card. One at a time, double click on the a folder, when it opens, are there any files inside ?

If not, just arrow back (Top left hand side of window) and open the next folder. Here there should be your photographs.

Once found got to the menu bar select Edit - Select all. Then back on the menu bar select Copy.

Move your curser to the Photos folder you just created and from the menu bar select File - Paste.

This should copy over all your photos. Once completed to you satisfaction, go back to your camera (MASS STORAGE) and edit - select all then file - delete.

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Please try this, turn on your camera, insert a blank memory stick, slide the side switch down to the lowest point, should say “No file in this folder” click on menu, click on Setup, use the arrows and go to Memory Stick, choose “Copy” choose “Album” the “OK” this will copy all you pictures from the Album in your camera to your memory stick.

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