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Cannot retrieve photos from SanDisk Ultra 11 4GB

Disk is in un-locked position. Getting "Error found on card" from my HP photo smart C3100 series. Also getting "Device error" when put directly in card reader.

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  • sangosan195 Feb 15, 2009

    i hav a 4gb memory card and it says "Memory Card Error" when i start the camera and when i go to the viewer, it says "Memory Card Locked". It used to work when my mum got it in Broome and now it won't work at all in any camera. I really need it for the things me and my friends do for our youtube and a 1gb just isnt big enough!



    does anyone kno what to do?

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Card probably became corrupted. Try running a Memory Card Recovery Program. If that doesn't work take it to a place that'll do that type of thing professionally, a lot of electronics and computer stores do this for a small charge.
http://www.artplus.hr/adapps/eng/dpr.htm    <<<Free Recovery Program

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