the only thing I have not tried is a wifi card . comp. won`t recognize an sd card. usb is rec. will search & find pics then quits . don`t think camera supports wifi trns.I don't have one of those but.... how are you trying to get the pics in windows? usb,sd card or one of the wifi sdcards?
The specs say it uses jpeg for the pics and exif2.3 for the mdata should be able to d/l right off an sdcard into anything you want.... now if you are using a usb cord then it's a driver thing that might be messing with ya'....
nothing wrong with the cards just this @#^%^&^%$ WIN 10So you're saying your current comp sees a bad sd card??? I keep several different types/brands of card readers for my stuff because I have found some cards don't like some readers... supposed to be a standard right.... someone forgot to tell the little chinese kid making them..
I may give that restart idea a try worst it can do is mess up my sd card. if it kills the comp. I`m ready to toss this p.o.s anywayI ran into the same thing with a new to Canon G9X I use for work. I found I couldn't load the photos directly out of the camera into my Mac. Canon required a down load which gave them access to any photos I took. I found a way to load them through the IPhoto app and then export them out of that into regular JPEG files. I had another problem with a game camera I use. The Mac wouldn't read the card. Did some searching on the internet and was told to put the card in the slot in the computer and then restart the computer. Like magic it worked. I got tired of restarting all the time so recently after the restart and recognize, I renamed the card and viola, the computer will read it now without the restart.