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When i hook up my camera to the computer to import the new pictures, it is saying there are no new pictures and there are, and so it tries to import the ones i have already imported and then it says some files have errors.

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Your memory card is a fake.

It did the same thing to me.

get new memory card.


Or SD card.

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