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I used a 2 gig card in my camera. When I went to take the pictures off have to folders I have been able to take look at one folder and put those pictures on my computer but How doI look at the larger 1st folder

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The first folder might be hidden. To view the folder click tools and select folder options. Click view and check show the contents of system folder, click apply and ok.

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