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Camera won't upload pictures/memory card isn't processing images

When I plug my camera into my pc the computer won't recognize the camera equipment any longer. My camera software is on this computer.

I tried to upload my photos with the memory card with a card reader but the images listed are jumbled letters and symbols.

What happened to my camera/memory card? Does this sound familiar to anyone?

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  • Anonymous Jul 10, 2008

    could be your computer

  • Anonymous Sep 30, 2008

    i put in my memory card but nothinq pops up & its not anywhere in "my computer" can anybody help me with this ?

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I am having the same problem. the program i have got is does not work with the camera. than i tried it on a different computer, which worked perfectly.

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