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I can't transfer my pics from lumix lx3 to pc. When I first connect camera to pc via usb cable, a new drive pops up and I can initially see my pics. Then things lock up and my pc tells me that it can't read from the drive and my camera won't turn off (unless I remove battery). Is this a common problem? The camera and sandisk sdhc 4gb are brand new. I'd rather not need depend on a card reader. Any help?

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Stubbornly refusing to use a card reader means you'll probably never see your pictures again. Pros never use their cameras for downloads...they always use a card reader...it's faster and completely trouble-free.

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