Having problems with your Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 Digital Camera ?

How can i access the built in memory to my panasonicdmc-tz3


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If you mean, how do you see pictures stored on the internal memory, you have to take out the SD card, then transfer the internal pictures to the computer via the USB cable. You can erase the internal memory from the computer, if you want.
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