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I just bought a nikon D3000 ,the shots displayed just fine on the camera & the computer , but a week later i was looking at the shots on the camera LCD some of the shots were gone & have this message"file does not contain image data ", but they open just fine on the computer.

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Did you remove the card and insert it into the computer? Then, when you were finished, did you forget to use the "safely remove hardware" function?

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