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Smartdisk PB80. I have copied photos from an SD card to the Photo Bank. Memory indicates 70GB free space remains. Problem is I can't get my Computer to open PhotoBank to retrieve or copy files to my computer. I'm running on Windows Vista.

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  • kenyatravele May 19, 2011

    Yes, it was helpful. I did use a different USB cable which helped. However, I got only error messages when I tried to go on PhotoBank site to download a driver. So I hope I don't have a problem again.

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Hi, According to your problem check the connector cable or replace it. Try to update driver & firmware.

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