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When I try to download new pictures into the computer the same ones, that have been deleted off the disc, keep coming up and the news ones do not. Please help!

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Sounds like you're deleting them using the computer instead of the camera. This corrupts the card occasionally. If you've downloaded all you can,(using a card reader will really help) then, format the card in the camera to optimize it.

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