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My digital camera card photos are not opening in pc

My camera model issamsung digimax 201 with 2.0 mega pixels.my problem is i had some phtos taken by the camera in card and i can see them in camera.but when i connect my camera to system i cannot see them that means my pc is recognising my camera but not showing any pictures in it.but if i removed the card in camera i can see the pictures in phone memory in pc.so,i would be helpful if you suugest me the way to recover the pictures because they are importent to me.thank you very much

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  • chandu411 Dec 12, 2008

    thank u.but is there any software which can give my photos back

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Get a USB memory card reader, you can insert the memory card in the reader and then plug it into the USB port on the computer. You can then copy the photos from the card to your computer.

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    Chris Hingee Dec 12, 2008

    Once you delete the photos from the memory card or format the card from the camera, you have lost them.



    The best and easiest way to retrieve (copy) your photos onto your hard disk and to print them is by using a card reader as I had suggested.



    There is no general software required to get the photos from a memory card, unless you are running with Windows 98 and on an older computer without a USB port.



    Most digital cameras connect via a cable to a computer's USB port and if the operating system is Windows ME, XP, or Vista it will recogonise as an external storage device when you plug it into the computer's USB port. You can then view or copy the photos onto your hard disk.



    You may have software that came with your camera that installs a utility program that allows you to copy and manipulate your photo images..

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