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My brother downloaded pictures for me on his computer and since then I cannot download my new pictures, I keep getting the message that the camera is busy or not connected, its driving me nuts! please can you help? This is when I try to download on another laptop. Its as if the camera is 'blocked' or 'locked' and there are no options to undo it. all my holiday pics are on there,so what to do now? Please help me ASAP, many, many thanks to anyone who knows how to solve this!

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Is there a way to remove the card from the camera and put it in a card reader? maybe the camera has a lockl feature.

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