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I am trying to transfer my photos to my computer. I installed a form of Nikon Transfer and transferred the photos, but it instantly quit me out. So I went to finder to see if the pictures were there and I didnt see any. Where did they go?

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Whenever i try to delete more than one picture at a time off the camera, it freezes. this also happens whenever i try to view all my pictures.

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I think you would be better off using a card reader and downloading to a folder that you create on your desktop. That way, you know exactly where they are.

Posted on Sep 10, 2010

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