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SD cards can fail. # years on a SD card may be all you'll get. Try another card to see if you can record pictures on it. If so, then the card has gone bad. If not , then the camera needs a repair shop.
Is your means that: you can't see some of your picture from your camera screen?
I have met this problem before, this is because you have do some a action for your image when your see it on your PC, such as flip...
The camera can't read the pictures edited by the other software...So your picture haven't miss...they are on your card,,and you can moved them to your PC and you can see them all.
check to be certain the battery is holding a charge, is inserted correctly, make sure the SD card is inserted correctly, IF it is holding charge and card is in correctly is the card full? if so empty it. if you have a SD card slot in the computer see if there are photos on the card if you dont have one in your computer and the camera hooks to the computer DONT DO IT! take the card to walmart, walgreens or somewhere they can see if something is on the card. we are trying to see if its a battery problem a card problem or a Camera problem. if the card is good and has no photos then put it in the camera and asuming the menus come up then format the card. try taking photos if this works great if not see if a friend will barrow their card to you to try in your camera make sure again that their card is BLANK otherwise if you have a bad camera it can blank their card too and you are SOL. try online and search for the model and see if you come up with others that have the same problem. read the manual and if you dont have it do a manual search for the camera model.
Are you formatting the card in the camera as you're supposed to? Have you tried going into the menu and finding "reset" and followed the on-screen instructions? Do you have photos on the internal memory? If so, remove your card and format the camera to erase the memory.