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When I copy my files from my USB stick to my SD memory card and put the memory card into my camera to print the pictures, or if I want to review the pictures on my camera, it says "UNSUPPORTED FILE FORMAT". But I have checked and they are JPEG, so I don't understad why it's saying that.

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Once you use a computer to write to a memory card, it no longer works properly in a camera because of the different operating system. The only way for the card to work again is to format it in the camera. This erases and optimizes it for the camera.

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