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It would seem that you would have to do it all over again, that is download the pictures again to the SD memory card. But before doing this, you would need to format the SD card using the digicam rather than the PC.
In some cases, it maybe that the picture files (downloaded from the computer) does not match the image property requirements of the digicam so that even if the image files are stored in the SD memory card, the camera is unable to list/view them
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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Here is the link to the manual if you need it;
page 105 describes how to set the memory priority between the stick and the camera.
If this doesn't help then try formatting the stick (page 99)
If still no joy then I suspect the memory stick is faulty - see if you can borrow one and try it.
Hope this helps - please post again if not :)
your lens mechanism is stuck up! try pulling the lens with slight force, if you are lucky the culprit that is blocking the mechanism will get loose. If you are not lucky theres no way you can remove or fix the problem than sending it to the authorized service center. =-(
All digital cameras has a a life expectancy of around three years, or 5000 shots. Here in the Philippines, we use conversion method, since all cameras today are made of plastics, we convert those easy to break parts with metal.