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Samsung i85 camera. Tried to download music onto camera. Connected camera to PC. Went into explore and made new folder for MP3 under "removables" drive . Although shows music in folder on PC when I go back to the camera under multimedia and click on MP3 it says "No file". Now have same result under all Multimedia files. How do I get all file under multimedia back?

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I had the same problem it was stressing me out... 1st you must go into "my computer", click on "removable disk", there should be a file named "DCIM" (yours might be different), where you see this file create a NEW file on that same pg named "MP3". now when you go to download songs just download them straight to that file. hope that helps

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