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I use a 64 GB SDXC card in my T6 camera. When I take the card to a retail store that has the card reading machines for printing pictures, I always get the message "images cannot be detected"

Why is this happening? I can put the card in my PC and review the pictures.

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    SDXC Cards do not come in 64 MB size, only SD ones. – Itai Feb 19 '17 at 3:48
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There are a couple of reasons why this could be the case...

The machine you're using is not compatible with SDXC, or specifically the exFAT file system which is required by the SDXC standard.

...or you are shooting in a file format that the machine cannot understand.

Most machines should be fine as this was more of an issue back in the early days of SDHC, so the more likely issue will be shooting in raw. The best way to get around it is either to convert raw files manually in-camera (if you only have one or two), or if you want to cover every image then use the RAW + JPEG option to create a copy of each picture in both formats as you shoot.

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