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My memory card in my camera has been bent. I have been into a camera shop they have been unable to read it but say if it were taken apart my pictures may still be inside on the micro disc it is only the casing that is bent.I can not give up as it has all my most recent holiday photos on it I ma very upset.Please can you suggest anything or anyone that may be able to look at it.

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Is this a CF microdrive? if so I may be able to retreive the files for you. Let me know if you are interested in sending it to me.

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