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My Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo Will not Display the DCIM Folders but i can see the photos on the camera, I dont want to go around importing the photos I just want to copy them from the DCIM folder like used to your help will be greatly appreciated My operating system is Windows VISTA Home Premium Service PCK 2

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move the auto install file then reformat the flash drive as fat.

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There are certain folders that the PSP puts on the stick when it formats it. Format the new stick on the PSP first. Then, you can transfer you files to it.

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Dues camera show any error sign when memory stick is inserted?
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Hey all actual solution...sort of will get you your files well it worked for me.

i have winrar on my windows 7 pc but should work for anything with winrar.

  1. open my computer
  2. right click memory stick pro duo
  3. click "add to archive"
  4. in the winrar window under format on the left hand side of the window half way down select "zip" format
  5. click "ok"
  6. once your files have archived the DCIM folder and MISC folder will be in the archived file and should be accessible from there
  7. NOTE: you cannot extract files after the archive has been created DCIM folder and MISC folder will still be invisible even if you extract them from the archive.
  8. Files can still be drag and dropped out of the DCIM folder onto desktop or chosen destination from the archived file.
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