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Can't import photos from 64MB SmartMedia card

I took some photos the other night; viewed them while in the camera to check they looked okay.  They all looked good so I connected the camera to my IMac to download them and got the message "no camera is connected" when I tried to import them.  I've used this SM card once before with no problems so I am wondering what could have gone wrong this time?  Also, do I have any alternate way of downloading them?  These particular pictures are very important to me!

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Use a card reader or another camera to show the pix to the PC. Does the 4000 have dual memory cards, you can transfer them to another format, maybe itll help.

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