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Tranferring images I am unable to transfer images from my camera to my computer. I can review the photos on the camera, but when I try to download I sometimes get a card read error display. Can I save these images? twhiz

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  • xmiranda Jan 18, 2008

    Same problem.  I could review pics in the camera; when connected to my computer, it couldn't find the camera when I pressed import.  I tried a different card which worked fine.  Reinserted the 64MB card and then got the message to reformat.  Can I retrieve those pics?

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Best thing here is to invest in a usb card reader. I suspect there may be a firmware problem. Check that you are doing right though before you do anything else.

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