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Photos I've taken pictures on the camera and not the chip...can I copy them to a chip to be able to download them to my computer?

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  • veeko Aug 10, 2008

    I figured out the problem, thanks for responding. I copied the photos from my camera to the photo card (chip) and all is well with the world. LOL...Veeko

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What do you mean by chip? DOK?

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