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Images not visible when connected to pc

I can view images in my camera but when i connect to my pc the memory card appears empty. the 'DCIM' folder is also not visible. plz help

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    I can see all the pictures I took, in my camera, but upon connecting my camera (Sony DSCP200 ) I occasionally see the DCIM folder icon, but when I double click on that to open it , I see some other folders (My pictures,My documents ) and nothing from inside the DCIM folder.



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