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UNABLE TO VIEW PHOTO'S ON DISPLAY MONOITOR

I AM ABLE TO DOWN LOAD AND DO COMPLETE DOWNLOADING PROCESS AND TRANSFER PHOTOS TO BE SAVED BUT I AM UNABLE TO VIEW THSE PHOTOS,WHEN REMOVED FROM THE COMPUTER, ON THE DISPLAY MONITOR HELP

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