Question about Nikon Cameras
In some cases we have found that if there is a virus on the card and if you try to read it directly on a computer having anti virus activated, the computer shows card as a blank. As the camera software is not effected by the window based virus, it can read the data. Try connecting the camera to the computer via USB. As the widows xp or higher versions do not require drivers or the camera software to be loaded to recognise the camera you can directly transfer the data from your card.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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