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Pictures not accessible on memory card

I plugged my memory card into my computer to copy the pictures, some error showed up and now all that's in the memory stick is one 400,000KB JPEG image. Did all the pictures get compressed into one, and can I undo this?

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Nope. Ur memory card might have been formated by the camera with a different file system.
So use your camera to access your pics and to transfer to PC.

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