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I have uploaded photos onto my pc from the camera, they images showed fine on the display screen of the camera and also as thumbnails on the pc, however when opening the photos or instering them to a word document (or copying and pasting them into a document) they just show a mixture of coloured lines?? Do you know what the problem can be? I have since deleted the images from my camera Thanks

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Hi,
Please check the camera driver on your computer. Is it work or you just another built in driver on your pc. I you don't camera driver on computer, please install it now. If you don't have one , please browse and get it on manufacturer website for free.
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