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Trying to down load 138 pictures only one pic will down load

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  • pallysjr Aug 12, 2008

    thanks any way I'm still cant down load anything. Its like the camara is telling the pc nuthing is on the memory card but the pictures are there..I'll keek looking around thanks for the help..pally

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If the camera software is loaded and you are connecting the camera to computer.
Remove the softwaree and.
Windows will see the camers as a removable memory device in my computer an put up the scanner camera wizard.
This may reveal more.
You may also have inadvertantly deleted stuff
download www.pcinspector.com
install it to recover any deleted images.
Also try the camera and card in another computer.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

  • john ash
    john ash Aug 12, 2008

    If you have a digital processing ation near you wehy not take the card in and get them to make a CD.
    Then you will know if you have images or not.


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Removing the California Emissions from your streetbike is *******. For race applications tho, it\'s all good. The California emissions is a bit more complicated than the 49 states setup(upper left), but you might notice that they have only added an evap system to it (Upper Right). Other than that I can\'t tell a difference. What we will be removing is everything emmisions, short the PCV hose that is mentioned above. When everything has been removed join the two reed plate hoses at the top. You can also buy a block off plate from Muzzy\'s or some other race manufacturer. When you have removed all the smog, you should have a box of junk similar to the one on the right, because I intend to put the smog back on, I will be keeping all the gear.

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This modification is the brainchild of Mr. Ken Waters, who was clearly a brilliant technician who has passed away in an unfortunate accident. I don\'t know much about his passing. Speculation is that the accident was not motorcycle related. Reading thru Ken\'s posts on the Zx7r Owner\'s Club Discussion Forum has helped many motorcycle owners, and myself, understand a load more about how bike tuning is done.

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In order to get the pressure in the float bowls equal to the pressure in the airbox, racebikes enclose the entire carb assembly in the airbox. As logic, fate would have it we are supplied with little hoses that run into the float bowls of our carbeurators. We are going to exploit these hoses to ballance the preasure throughout the fuel system.

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