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Nikon D40 Download Problems

I am running XP Home which won't recognize my 4GB SD card made by Dane Electric when using a direct access port or any of my USB ports with a USB cable and card reader. Is this a formatting problem?? It downloads from the camera satisfactorily.

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Hi my name is alicia and i am really worried my new D40 is is not taking pictures Autommatically only manually. i do not no why and yes i did make sure that it is on Automatic. could mu lens be the problem or is there something in the menu that could fix it please help me.

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Everytime I try to take a picture indoors it seems as though the pic is overexposed (white). I am only able to take pics outdoors, has anyone else had this problem?

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It could be the card reader is unable to read the card not your pc. You might be able to get a firmware update from card readers web site.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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