Digital camera help

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  1. B_Lightkeeper

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    I went to a family reunion today - some relatives I had not seen in 25 years.
    Some of the offsprings were hot, hot, hot and I made a lot of pictures on my digital camera. When I insert the memory stick in my PC, it says I hae to format yet when I click on format now...it warns me that info may be erased. I certainly don't want to do that. The pictures show fine on my camera when the stick is in it. :confused:
     
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    Ha! Sounds like a similar situation I was in this past month...the family gathering that is. As for the camera; is there a cord that can attach to the camera & connect to the PC via USB? That way you can use the camera as a drive to view the pics.
     
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    There is a place to plug a cable in and I think the cable was included in the box when I purchased it, however I can't find it. The plug in looks like the end of my iPOd cable but it is smaller.
     
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    With both of the cameras I had you can only transfer the pics using the cord. Maybe you should look for that :smile:
     
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    Also the are USB card readers you can pick up that you insert your card into, and then plug it into the USB port.
     
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