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I cannot get my pictures off of my camera to my computer. I can see my pictures on my camera but when I try to open them on my computer it says that there are no files available. How can I get my pictures on my computer? I've tried putting my memory card in the computer and also using my USB cord...

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Check the card to make sure it isn't "locked". SD cards have a tiny switch on their side which write protects them. If the card is "locked", then the camera can't write to it. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Secure_Digital_Kingston_512MB.jpg for a picture of the locking mechanism. If this is not the problem, you can try reformatting the card. Although you can format it in your computer, it is much better to format it in the camera itself, since they are often finicky about the formatting details.

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It is possible. Go in where you can see your pictures and then press menu. Go down to copy and press right arrow. Highlight internal to memory card and press set. Should copy them onto your memory card for ya. :)

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Buy an USB SD card reader. You will love it, downloading pictures to computer gets faster and easier.

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On play mode, press MENU, on PLAY tab-->COPY-->BUILD-IN->CARD, press SET,then wait until the "Busy...Please wait.. disappears.

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Your computer uses a different writing system than you camera does...therefore, your camera cannot recognize the files your computer wrote to the card.

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