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Using the serial cable to download images

After I take pictures, download them and save them to the Lexar CompactFlash USB card, the camera doesn't see them or download them using the serial cable. Why not?

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Re: Using the serial cable to download images

When you do a "save as" and save them back to the CompactFlash card the JPEG header is changed. So when you insert the card back into the camera, the camera doesn't recognize or see the file.

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