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Lyn Bryant-Nichols Posted on Jun 11, 2006
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Computer can't see photos on memory card after removing to print at auto booth

Hi I took my Kingston memory card out of my camera and put it in the machine in Tescos that does automatic prints for you. I can still see all my photos on my camera but when I try to upload them to my computer I can only see the photos taken after I replaced the memory card in the camera having generated the print in tescos. They have obviously done something to my card but I can't see what. Please help I want to upload all my holiday snaps onto my computer asap. Thanks Lyn

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This is common when you use a memory card that isn't recommended by casio. They only recommend using sandisk, toshiba, panasonic memory cards. Try one of those and you should have no problems.

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