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I can't acces to the mass storage

The binoculars marks when i take a photo with snap boton, and marks when i take a video, but when i connect the binoculars using the usb cable, and i try to transfer the pictures, i receive messages that the device hasn't be formatted. Then i give formatt to the sd memory, i take pictures again and when i try to download my pictures into my pc, the same problem appears. I wonder why the binoculars registred the photos taked in the sd, but when i connect the binoculars to the pc, it can't read the sd memory. I try with other pc and with other usb cable, and the same occurs. Please, help. Thanks.

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Take your sd card and see if u can just plain drap and drop anything into it...while its pluged into the puter. text , pictures ...its just a storage device, then try to read it back. if so your sd card is fine, if in dought u can go to wallmart and plug it in at the camerea department free just to review your pictures..if nothing on it your card or write is bad on the binoculars,also dont use there software treat it as exrernal hard drive. like f or g or h select my computer and look for it then see if can find your pictures. if so u can drag all out to a folder on your c drive crazylarry

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