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I have a 2 GB xDpicturecard that I have about 500 pictures on that I took during a recent cruise to the Baltic. The card cannot now be read by either my camera or by the people at Wolf camera here in Raleigh. Can I send the card to you and get the pictures recovered?

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Sandisk may be able to help or some media recovery place where you can send your card to them to have checked out

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