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Cannot find images on my camera or computer

My brother tried to get some pictures off my camera by taking the SD card out and inserting it in his computer, when he did the shortcut came up showing DMIC but when he went to open it it wouldn't open. So he took it out plug it to the cord then to his computer. It pops up showing that theres stuff o n it, but when he went to open the file theres nothing on it, but SD card shows that there are stuff on it. So he pulled SD card out, put it back in camera and turned it on it says, cannot create folder and when i went to view images it says no images, please help!!!!!! Why ius it saying that and where are my images and videos?

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The Recuva program may help you recover the files.
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I have seen this problem with generic SD memory cards so it could be a faulty memory stick.  Try to get a replacement.  If you want to try to recover the pictures you have taken, I suggest Zero Assumption Recovery (Google for it). Check to see if it is compatible with your camera before downloading.

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SOURCE: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20 SD Card Reading Issue

Plug you camera into USB. Go to My Computer and find a drive device named External Drive or USB Storage etc. Click on this and you should see a folder named DCIM (digital camera EXIF standard Digital Camera IMage folder. This is your cameras memory card.

Click on this and find a subfolder(s) named according to manufacture. For Panasonic it would be 100_PANA or maybe 101_PANA. These are you picture folders. Click on one to find pictures. Drag and Drop folder to computer to download them.

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SOURCE: Pictures Readable on Camera, but NOT on computer

I found the solution to the problem. Connect the camera with the cord supplied. Do not open Finepix. Open Photoshop if you have it and go to file>import>via f31 or f30 and choose the pictures you want to import. Done !!!!!

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SOURCE: Jazz HDV178 videos from SD card not acknowledged.

SDHC cards need a special reader. A standard SD reader won't read a SDHC

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SOURCE: Memory card says it needs to be formatted but i have pics on it and I need them..please help I will be waiting!

I had the same problem with my 4Gb card that has 750 photos on it. I tried doing different things, however, it did not work. At last I took the card out and blew on its chips, gave it a good shake and put it back. Then, the miracle happened. It could read all my photos. I guess there was some dust that had accumulated on the chips at the back of the card. Hope it can help you, too.

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