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Lost pictures I have wedding pictures that I did see on my camera & then somehow they disappeard. I do have other pictures on the same media card but several are missing without actually deleting them. That was never done. I was told by a friend that they are retrievable because she had done that. So here I am--HELP.. I have the Canon PowerShot SD900 Digital Elph & it is 4 months old. Thank you for your help...I hope ! Another problem I have is that when I put my memory card in the computer, it does not show anything. I go to "my computer" & it doesn't show where the media card is. Is that the computer problem or card. Thanks....Marian

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Run the  Card through PC inspector program

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