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Nikon 3100 uploading

When I attempt to tranfer from my camera to my PC my PC says to insert disk. It won't recognise there is a card in my camera...

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  • lindaablack Jul 05, 2008

    512 mb SanDisk

  • lindaablack Jul 05, 2008

    it has worked fine in the past...maybe it's corrupt? or something has gone amiss on my PC

  • tabatha28 Aug 07, 2008

    When I put the memory card in the camera it will not read the card and it will not let me format it on the camera. I did format it on the computer and it says it has free space and everything but the camera will not read the memory card?

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock May 11, 2010

    What is the size of your memory card?

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Try reformatting it in your camera and see if that works.

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