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How do view hidden pictures?

I have take the picture, and on the screen is a paddloc,how can remove the paddloc,and I have take more than 110 picture, but all the hidden.What can I do?

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I took my camera to Kinko's and hooked it up to the Sony CD station and with my usb cord and used it as a PC whatever that first option is and burned a cd with all my pictures and now I can erase my photos and I have them stored on a disk.

Posted on Oct 25, 2008

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