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Problem importing photos from Nikon D50


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dito

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Here goes:
I bought a NikonD50. I took about 150 or so test photos.
When I imported them about half of the files were corrupted. If you like you can view what I mean here

Some are not able to be viewed at all.

I tried to import them three ways: internal card reader, external card reader and by linking the camera to the computer.

I tried using three programs to import them (Photoshop, RAW shooter and the Nikon software that came with the camera) all have the same results.

I tried to view them in explorer and copy them, same problem.

I took the camera back to the store, where it worked fine. Took pictures with different cards, put the cards in different computers at the store. Worked like a charm. I can load them onto my computer at work too, no problem.
The only computer it seems that I can't load pictures from my camera onto is the one I have at home.

I did not have this problem before, I can view other jpgs.

Any guesses why that is and what I can do to solve it?


My set up: HP laptop, XP (service pack 2), Sandisk Ultra 2gig memory card.

I will take some files home today from the work computer to the home computer. Will post here how it turns out.
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