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I got some pictures with my new kodak camera and after i wanted to review the pictures, there was a ? that says unrecognized file format and no pictues seems to be anywhere. will you tell me what the problem seems to be. thank you

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    when reviewing pictures, some will say file type not recognized, others are fine.

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Unrecognized file format usually means that the image was taken using another camera.

If this is not the case, you may try a card reader and it may be a faulty memory card. Once you have backed up your images, try to format the card in the camera itself (if Kodak has that feature-I'm sure it's in the menu) and try again to use it. Formatting the card in the camera may solve the problem in the future.

Posted on May 31, 2008

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    asela_waniga Aug 29, 2012

    I tried it too ....but it didn't work what should i do?.....

  • asela_waniga
    asela_waniga Aug 29, 2012

    I tried it too ...but it didn't work what should i do.....?

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