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When i get photos it shows in review but once the camera is switched off and restarted , no images is the message. secondly when i try to see images on PC through a card reader, it shows empty folder but properties say that 1.5 GB is used

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To keep the photos on your computer after you turn off your computer, make sure that you copy the photos by selecting them and hitting (Ctrl + C) , create a new folder on your computer for them , open the folder and push (Ctrl + p) to paste them there, so that you can view them on your computer instead of off of the camera. I hope this helps!

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