I have problem here, I'd just lose all the images I took from my camera, I didn't deleted even 1 of them but I do remember that I tried to reduce the byte of the image...but when the camera give me option to format the camera I click Yes...is it the reason why all the images is gone?
how can i get all the images back? please help....
my camera : canon digital IXUS 900 Ti
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many small Nikon cameras have memory to store images ON THE CAMERA. If you have a memory card installed that the CAMERA CAN READ it will put images on the card. if the memory card is corrupted the camera will not use it.
First Backup all IMAGES on Memory Card to COMPUTER make sure you saved ALL images. This is IMPORTANT.
After you SAVED all images you PUT Memory card back in camera and FORMAT it (Format is in TOOL Menu that looks like a wrench)
Now if you can take an images and it saves to memory card you are done. To see if they go to MEMORY CARD. Turn off camera and remove MEMORY CARD and Check.
If it STILL does not work you may have a defective memory card.
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.
Hi, That sounds like an issue with the memory card. Yes you will lose all current photos on it when you format the memory card. It's also safe to leave the battery in the camera as DSLRs don't drain power when the camera isn't in use.
It's very easy, there are 2 ways:
1) Using the camera itself:
Slide the black slide switch on the back to the lowest position (to access stored pictures; now the images you took earlier can be seen on the screen.)
Using the directional keys, browse to the image you want to delete.
Press the down directional key (marked with a blue icon of a 'picture' being put into a dustbin)
Confirm by selecting "yes" and pressing "func.set". the image is now deleted.
2) Using a computer (more convenient when you want to delete multiple/all the stored images:
After plugging the camera in (using the supplied cable) open "my computer"
open the camera and keep opening the folders until you find the pictures you have taken.
Holding down the "ctrl" key on the keyboard, click on all the images you want to delete to select them. (if you want to delete all the images you have taken, replace this step with; click on "file" or "organize" and then click "select all")
press the "delete" key. click "yes" now you have deleted the pictures.
how are you actually downloading to PC - if you are putting the card into the PC and copying that way - make sure you have all the sub directories selected - cameras do create multiple sub-directories
it may also be able t recovery the files OFF the memory card, even after deleting and erasing
have a look at this software "digital image recovery" its free software http://www.z-a-recovery.com/
Best way is to format the memory stick. Formatting will get rid of all images even locked ones. It is also the quickest way to do so and keep the card running in top form. You cannot recover any images from a card after it is formatted.
If you hit the format button, you will lose images without warning. I am not sure if this is what you did, but if you really need the images, stop using the card for the moment and try some data recovery software: