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Help I have a sony dig camera and I cant get the pictures off the camera the memory stick was full so I took it out and used the camera alone and I want to e mail them to a friend

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If you took the memory stick out, and took pictures, filling the internal memory, you must connect the camera to a computer with the included cable. then download as normal, as if there was a memory stick installed.

you have to remove any memory stick prior to doing this, otherwise it defaults to loading from the stick.

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