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How do I reduce the pixel size before downloading to computer?

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SOURCE: Help Please!!! Cannot view some pictures in my Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1

some of your picture was currapt ,during the transfer from camera to PC the current was unstable or some connot read by your computer.

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That operation is usually accessed by the function button.

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You need to format the card in the camera to optimize it.

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