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My nikon coolpix s3000 has suddenly stoped downloading photos to my computer

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Take your SD card out of the camera and transfer all the files,Now format the SD card as it might contain some errors,
Now it must work properly. Make sure that the card is transferred and formatted after a spree of shooting.

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