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I cannot see images of pictures taken on my camera

I lost all the images on my camera whilst trying to update the date and time on the screen. I got my memory card restored but cannot see the images on the screen. I can only see images of current pictures taken, but none of the old ones.

How can this be resolved, what do i need to do? Thank you

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  • redtigress_1 Apr 06, 2009

    I cannot see the pictures when I take them on the LC screen, they download on camera but you cannot see what the picture is when you take on the screen pain in the ****

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Hi!

There are a lot of recovery software that you can use to recover deleted files - specially pictures. You can try to use Zero Assumption Recovery. You can download the software at this site:
http://www.z-a-recovery.com/download.htm

It's a free software (you do not neet to pay to use this), and it's easy to use.

Here are the steps that you need to do:
1.) After you install this software, connect your camera or memory card to your PC . Open the Zero Assumption Recovery software.

2.) Click Next. Select "Recover images from the digital camera.." and click Next again.

3.) Select the Physical Device - select your camera or memory card , click Next. [grab a cup of coffee since retrieving the files may take some time depending on the size of the memory (",) ]

4.) After retrieving the files - select all the files that can be recovered. Click Next.

5.) Select the button on the right side (close to Destination) and select where you want to save the files. Click "Start recovering files".

That's it.

I hope that helps.

Good luck and have a nice day!

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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