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I had taken some Halloween photos and when I went to go show them to my friend, it say "file contains no image data" so I've lost all my Halloween pictures, but all my other ones are still on there. Do you think it's the memory card?

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  • emily536 Jan 22, 2009

    some of mine download to the computer and the others I can still see on the memory card, but I can't do anything with them because it says that Image contains no data...

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Try opening those pics using memory card reader connecting to ur comp ... and try hard resetting once!!! Switch off ur camera , remove the batteries and press the power button for few seconds. then put the batteries back and try powering on!!

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