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Pictures I had taken the batteries out of my camera and when I put them back in my pictures in the camera were lost? Can they have been stored in the hard drive somehow or somewhere?

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The photos will only save to internal or external storage. which is internal memory or xd card if they are not in ether place there gone .

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