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Trail Scout corrupting SD Card

Last week when I changes memory cards to view my pick I couldn't view them. I keep getting a message...file or directory is corrupted & unreadable. Thinking it was the sd card but this week (and a different sd card) I get the same message. I've tried different cards in my computer and I can see my pic fine.
Any help???

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  • TLeman Oct 30, 2008

    same problem, I think it is temperature related, when I tested the camera indoors it worked fine, put it back outside for the night with the temp getting down to 32 degrees the card comes up corrupted, used same SD card in my Stealth cam and it worked fine

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Camera has a 2 year warrenty, this is a manufacturing problem, sent mine in and they are sending me a new unit to replace the old one.

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You need to change the memory card with new one, because memory card got corrupted and needs replacement.
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I have a Eos Digital and was trying to view my photos on the computer by using my USB and was only able to access and view half of the photos b/c a message corrupted files flashed on. Please Help. I want...


If the files themselves are actually corrupted, there is not a way to fix them-- if instead there was some sort of error with the transfer of information between the camera and computer, then this is something that you can troubleshoot.
Your best bet would be to remove the SD card from the camera, (this is accessible from the door on the bottom of the camera) and use a regular SD card reader (something you can pick up at your local camera shop, or even at Walmart) to view the files on the card. This removes the camera from the equation, in the event that there is something wrong with it.
If you attempt to transfer the files when using just a regular SD card reader, and the transfer fails or your computer indicates that the files are corrupted, then you may need to resort to either a professional data recovery service (which may be offered by a local camera shop), or you may just not be able to recover the files in their entirety.

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