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I have met this problem before.
But this doesn't mean your image lost...
If you see it on your computer, it will be all OK unless there is a hardware error.
This problem (in fact, it isn't a real problem) caused by you have watched the images on your PC, and do a edit of the images, such as flip or PS, the cameras can't identify these actions.
If not, there will be something wrong with your SD card or Card slot.
You don't specify details on what happens when you try to download your videos, but it's usually a software error that causes this type of problem. Regardless, there is another better way to download pictures and videos, and that is by using a portable USB card reader (please see this link). Card readers are available everywhere for a couple dollars (try Amazon first). They are a much easier, faster, and less error prone way to download your photos and videos than using a cable attached to your camera.
Most cameras have an output (looks like a phone charger connector). You should have a cable that plugs into this and the other end a usb that will go into your computer. Depending on what OS you are running, the computer may be able to access the photos automatically or you may have to install the software that came with the camera (or download from the canon website). Turn on the camera, plug cord in download. Else take out the SD card and input to computer directly either through SD slot in computer or a SD adapter that plugs into the USB.
I tired to do this with my SD600 and could not figure it out but I think it is possible with some changes to the camera like this http://lifehacker.com/387380/turn-your-point+and+shoot-into-a-super+camera anyway I have not tried it because they don't support the sd600 so I have no idea if this is safe or works.