Question about Computers & Internet
Unplug your camera from the computer. Restart the computer. Select a different USB port and insert the camera again after boot. See if you can access the media. If you can't. Try inserting the card into a card reader on a different machine. If you still can't read it, insert the camera into your computer and then go to a command prompt. Type chkdsk [letter]: /r
Where the letter is the letter assigned to the media.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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