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Old Jun 18, 2004, 2:42 AM   #11
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Yes. And just as stated above, when I copy files to the camera, the camera light shows that something isbeing written. However, the camera will not display any pictures. Something about the upload process "removes" an attributefrom the photos.

The above thread provides a link to a program that "restores" the critical attribute, but only for CF and SM (not SD) and then only for specific camera models.



Any help appreciated.



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Old Jun 18, 2004, 2:41 PM   #12
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I'm stepping into an area I don't really know, so feel free it ignore me.

Maybe the problem is layout, not exif data. So make sure the layout is correct.

Also, some cameras keep a hidden file (an index) in the folder with the pictures. So you might need to update that as well.

Another option is to use an exif editor to copy the exif data from one picture to another, one that just came off the camera to one you want to put back.

Just thinking creatively.

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