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Transfering pictures from my memory card

I am trying to transfer my pictures from my camera (Sony DSC-W55 Pink Digital Camera) to my computer and I cant seem to do that. When I try to take more pictures it says my memory stick is full but I cant transfer my pictures and i cant delete them. I can transfer the pictures from the camera but not the memory stick and I can delete the pictures on the camera but not the ones saved to my memory stick. Can you please help me to do this?

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Hi,
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 )

This should solve your problem.

Mike @ compurepair.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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