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Videos not transfering to computer

I have a Canon SD630.... when i connect camera to my computer to copy my pictures and videos, pictures are transfering fine but when it comes to the videos it says "current picture could not be copied". what can i do to get my videos onto my computer?

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Try to put memory card into computer and open it with a file becuase the ohter options might not let u see other pictures or video hope it helped hope u can fix it sorry if it might not work

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