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patchy_pete

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Hi all,

I am having trouble transferring my digital photos from my sont digital camera to my computer. The trasfer begins and after a short while comes up with some error that the file is not on the memory stick.

I do the same thing on my laptop that has XP and works fine. This also worked fine before i upgraded to vista.

Any suggestions??

I have already updated the driver without luck and emailed sony, waiting a reply.


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unfortunately you might be out of luck till vista has been around awhile and they work the bugs out... having said that, how are you transfering the files? Is there some software that came with your camera that you are using or is it just accessing it like a drive?
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Hi Shard92.

Got a reply from Sony. They are working on a software as we speak. They suggest to transfer photos to an XP computer and use a flash drive to copy across to Vista.

HAHA


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Yeah kind of thought it might be something like that... good luck
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