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#1 cocomade

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Posted 25 May 2012 - 09:48 AM

I have a small Panasonic Lumix camera. Have used for almost 5 years. After a recent trip to my sister's house for a celebration, I tried to transfer pics from my camera to my PC, as I usually do. Memory card shows up with a file named....HPIMAGE.VFS. Can't open. I have never had this happen before. After some web research, I am reading that the memory card may have been inserted into a printer and file converted to this format. Maybe someone at my sister's house attempted to transfer my pics on her printer??? Not sure what happened. I have a very old printer here. It does not even have ports for memory cards like most printers do now. Any ideas? Apparently, I have found some links to download software that will open the file. Just not sure what is the right way to handle this.

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