You can download trial versions of these programs, and test to see ifthe program can find your images, but have to pay to register thesoftware before it will actually recover the images.
You may also need to use a card reader to read the data from the card, rather than read the card while it's in the camera connected to your computer. Card readers are relatively inexpensive (less than $20) and can be bought at most camera and computer stores.
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You didn't specify the make and model of your camera so I can only give you a general idea. On most cameras there's a playback mode. You usually get into it by pressing the playback button (almost always marked with a right-pointing triangle). You can then navigate through the stored images with the cursor keys or a command dial. When you find an image you want to delete, you press a button marked with a trash can. The camera may or may not ask for confirmation; if it does, respond. If you want to delete all images, its better to format the memory card. FixYa is full of people asking how to retrieve images from a card that hadn't been formatted recently. If you need further assistance, please feel free to reply to this post but be sure to include the make and model of your camera.
To delete the images from the Camera, press the Play button on the Camera to view the images. Display the images which you want to delete and press the DELETE button (Recycle Bin icon) located below the lower left of the Control buttons.
To delete multiple images, slide the index lever and select with the control buttons.
While the index screen is displayed, press the Delete button and select the images with the control buttons and select Enter button. Now, select the images which you want to delete and press the Enter button to display the Delete icon on the images. Press the Delete button again to delete all the images.
You can also delete all the images in the folder by selecting All in this Folder to delete the images.
To delete all the images in the Memory Stick you can select the Format option from the Internal Memory Tool or the Memory Stick Tool Menu to Format the Internal Memory or the Memory Stick.
to delete an image follow these steps:
1.press playback button to show your pictures.
2.select an image using the right and left control key.
3.once an image has been selected, press the image size/delete button (its the button located just below the control buttons, and it looks like an icon of two boxes, a slash and a garbage can).
4.press the up button to highlight delete.
5.then press the middle of the control button to confirm.
now, if by any chance you would like to delete all files (incl.protected images) in the memory stick with just one go, do the format procedure:
press menu>go to setup (looks like a toolbox icon) and press right control button again>go to memory stick tool>go down to format>press right control button>press up to select ok>confirm by pressing middle button>select ok>press again the middle control button to complete format.
hope this helps.thanks:)
To delete a single image, select the image in view mode by pressing left/right buttons, then press delete button (little garbage can symbol). To delete more than one image go through images and press T button (zoom button) for each image you want to delete to mark them for deletion, then press ok to delete the selected images. If you want to delete all images, just format the card. Hope that helps
Are the pictures on a memory card? In that case, you're much better off formatting the card. If you continue to delete unwanted pictures, you'll fragment the card and ultimately you'll have problems. Every day somebody posts here with that problem. Formatting cleans things up.
If the pictures are in internal memory, select Internal Memory Tool from the Setup menu, and you can format the internal memory, deleting all the pictures. My earlier comments hold true here as well.
If you insist on keeping some pictures and deleting others, then go into the index (thumbnail) mode. Press the trashcan button, then select [Select] with up/down, then press *. Select images with the arrows, then press * to display the delete indicator on the selected pictures, Press the trashcan, select [OK], then press *.
To delete one or few images on the Camera, please playback the images and press the Trash icon button on the camera.
To delete all the images at a time, please format the Memory stick. To format the memory stick, please select the Setup Menu and select the Memory Stick tool and press Format and OK.
You need to remove the memory card from the camcorder and place it into a pc or photo shops computer. This will allow you to view the saved items on the memory card. You can then save these to disc and delete the contents on the card.
Hey LucyBe, Yes there is a way to get your image back. You would need to install a data recovery program on your computer, which there are multiple free programs out there that would suit your needs. Once this program is installed connect your memory card to your computer with a card reader, and as long as you haven't overwritten the deleted image you should be able to retrieve it using the recovery software. Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.