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Camera was working then the battery died after it was recharged it says the card needs to be formated. How do I get my pictures

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Do you have a card reader? If not, go to walmart or similar store that has the capability to accept your type of card into it to print pictures. Some can even make you a CD of all the pictures so you dont loose them before you format your card. Formating the card will delete ALL the pictures so try to recover the pictures first by going to a store where you can get the pictures put on a CD first. That way you dont loose any pictures you took.

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Julie

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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