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I have a samsung i6 digital camera. I have been using it for 3 years without problems with a PC. Now I bought a MacBook. I copied the photos to the mac and chose the files on the camera and pushed delete button. It seems as if the files are deleted and I can no longer see them on the camera but the memory they used to take is still unavailable. It feels like the photos are still there and I cant delete them. I cant use my camera anymore. Please help! I need to make photos on New Year s eve! Happy New Year! Ekmel

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Try an external usb card reader and let the card pop up as a drive on the Mac. You should be able to see everything. Just do not format the card or you will loose everything

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