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Copy pictures back to camera for TV display

Have Panasonic camera (DMC-TZ1) that displays on TV. This works great until the pictures are moved from the camera to the computer. When I copy them back to the camera, they cannot be viewed on the camera or displayed on the TV. I suppose the indexing information is missing. Is there a way to create the index or whatever it needs so the pictures can be displayed?

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  • Anonymous Sep 10, 2007

    Sorry, I put the pictures in the wrong folder on the camera card and that is why they did not display! It works perfectly.

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Thanks for the information.

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