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Hi! I cannot transfer picture from memory card to PC. when i connect with USB folder is showing empty. but in camera i can see the pictures.

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I like to informe you that all the photographs save in your camera internal memory not in memory card. Please select all photos and transfer in yuor memory cam from camera , then you see all photos in memory card.

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Hi,
Insert memory card in camera, go to camera menu, there is option Copy, select copy and transfer images from internal memory to memory stick.
2nd option is connect camera to computer by usb link without memory stick, go to my computer then removable disk, then picture folder, copy pictures and paste them on My Pictures.
Need further help, let me know.

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when you connect your camera to the PC.
look in My computer and find the drive ( camera ) probably shows as Drive F:/ G:/ H:/ I:/ or similar.
Right click and open, then copy to folder on desktop, named My-Pictures ( Or similar ) once you,ve copied your photos from memory card to desktop on PC. Format the memory-card. which will erase all data. ( Right Click Format )

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hi confused123,

you don't need to be the most computer literate just to transfer pictures from your mobile to your PC or vice-versa..all you just need are: your USB cable and your V3i.

There are a lot of ways of transferring data but this one i am going to tell is the most easiest way.

From PC to Mobile Memory Card Only (Vice-Versa)
Using USB Cable
1. On your V3i, go to:
-> Settings
-> Connection
-> USB Settings
-> Default Connection
-> select Memory Card(if you have one)
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3. If no pop-up window appears, Open your Windows Explorer or the My Computer at your Desktop.
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5. Open that drive and you will see one folder inside named "Picture". Open it.
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7. Your pictures is now ready for transfer.

Transferring files is easy as copy/cut-and-paste. You can transfer pictures from PC to your mobile as easy as that and vice-versa.

If this solution is inappropriate, please notify me and i'll try to make a revision of my "lesson-plans"!

I hope this would help!

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