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Lost Picture Pictures are getting deleted/lost when I go to transfer them. I am removing the chip and usuing a reader.

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Don't know why the images would delete whilst transferring via a reader. Unless you are hitting the wrong button somewhere along the line. When you put the card in the Reader- describe what you do. -----------------------o0o----------------- Meanwhile you can get your images back by downloading from www.konvar.com - PCInspector. Install the program and run it with the card in the reader.

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