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Invalid jpeg marker in S70

I regularly am unabel to open an image i shot. I get Invalid jpeg marker fount (in Photoshop) Is this a camera problem or a Mstick problem ?

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Re: Invalid jpeg marker in S70

Wouldn't be surprised if it were a Photoshop problem. Can you open it in another image editor? Have you transferred the image to your hard drive first?

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I seemed to have resolved my current issue. Previously I was reading my SD card through a card reader. I must have had a duff connection which caused the corrupt files.

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