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rhall9

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Hi,
I recently bought an SD card in China for my Nikon DSLR. On return to the UK I have tried to upload the photos to my computer. Only the first 191 images are accessible and after that the next 150 only show a blank thumbnail. there is a mix of RAW and JPG files but neither are opening. The remaining images do not open with windows photo gallery. I have tried loading them onto Adobe photoshop but a message saying the file is damaged or in a format which can't be included in Elements organiser. 
Any ideas on how to access the images? 
Thanks a lot


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Russ

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Maybe a fake card? Says it's 4GB but only really 2GB or similar.



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Did you format the SD card in the camera, before starting to take pictures?

While in Windows explorer (or any other filebrowser that shows the filesize):
Do those files that don't open show a filesize of 0, while the others (those who do open) don't?

What is the size (in GB) of the SD card (and what is the class of the SD card (C6, C8, ...)?
Both information should be printed on the label stitched on the card.

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Another question - does the camera support the card you purchased?







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