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Pictures taking fine and showing fine in camera. Once loaded into computer they are miscolored, misaligned, and have lines running through them for viewing. They also print that way.

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    my problem is after taking the picture & viewing it there's a fine horizontal lines even when printing the picture the horizontal lines are still present. could anybody ther help me find the solution to my problem?

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You don't say what camera you are using.
If the camera has a removable card, try the card in a card reader attached to your PC. This will tell you if the problem is with the camera or with the downloading software/hardware. If the pictures read OK directly off the card, there must be a problem with the downloading system. If the pictures are defective when read using the card reader, try replacing the card.

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