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The pictures being taken are no longer showing up on the computer with the Eye Fi. It worked just fine for while but out of no where, the pictures we are taking are just on the camera and not transfering to the computer. It's a time sensitive manner because we use the camera for uploading photos for our business.

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Hi,
I think the fastest and easiest way at this point would be to remove the Eye Fi card from the camera and just place it in the card reader that came with it and connect that to your computer. Then just drag and drop the photos. The photos are stored on the card in a folder titled DCIM
Hope that helps, Matt

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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