Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX9 Digital Camera
Card errors can occur from time to time. Special, when you remove the card while the camera is still switched on. If you have (or think to have) important pictures on the card, please first try to save them. There are special recovery programmes. Several memory card manufacturers do have them. Some other firms also promote them online. To be sure you still have pictures on the card, you could save, find a recover program and most of the time you can use it to recover a few pictures for free. If the program can't find any recoverable picture, you also don't need to buy the program. If there are no pictures on the card, toy can format the card in the camera. If that is also not possible, check if the card is locked. SD cards do have a lock switch. Also you should check if all the contacts of the memory card and in the cameras memory slot are clean and there is no dust or debris in the memory slot.
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