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Corrupted memory card

Somehow, my 1GB SD Kodak memory card got corrupted, or something, and my camera and computer both show that there are no pictures on it. When I open the DCIM file from my comuter, it shows all kinds of new strange files, but no pictures. It still shows that there is the same amount of memory being used, though, so I think the picture files are still there - I just can't seem to open them. Is there ANY way I can retrieve these pictures without destroying them - they're very important to me. I would take it to a service center, but I'm living in Siberia right now, so whatever I do, I'll have to do on my own. ANY information will be helpful!

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Are you using the right program to open your pictures.
Some programs for digital pictures only work with Jpeg, GIFF etc.

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