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Every time I take a photo it says "unidentified image" I can't view it or download on to the computer ???

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The generic solution would be to back-up all memory stored in the memory card and on the camera itself on a computer.

Next you have to format the memory card, the camera, and restore the settings to factory default.

That should work, so let me know how it goes.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

  • john yray
    john yray Jul 24, 2008

    I see. The place where you bought the camera from should be able to help you with your request. They'll probably do it for free as customer courtesy. Let me know how that goes. :)

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