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Downloading problem I bought a Nikon D80 in November of 2007 and it has been operating fine since. However today I tried to download some pictures onto my computer using Photoshop Elements 4.0. About half the pictures downloaded properly and the other half did not. A dialogue box indicated that the file may be damaged or in a form that cannot be supported by the organizer. I thought that the card might have gone bad so I put it in another camera and it worked fine. I then put a different card into the D80 and I got the same results. Is there something that I can do to correct this problem. Thank you Gary Mitchell 4 Prince Ave Kittery, ME 03904 603-494-6376

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It just might be that the card has reached its end of life cycle. Usually the higher end SLR's are more sensitive to cards than normal point and shoots. Since its a Nikon, I would invest in a Lexar card. If the same problem persists, you can always revert to using a card reader and return the card.
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Dear garrichimo


If you have problem with that...
just trying use a card reader to transfer your picture or file to your computer

after that you can edit it, on your adobe phtshp elmnt

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