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My memory card cant overview the pictures and it has message of ''file error'

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If the files cannot be open directly on the memory card try to copy and paste it on your computer
then open...

Can you check if the program that you are trying to use in opening the file has a support on your file?? You can easily check on the extension name..

Still not openning? Well for sure your file is corrupted.

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