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XD picture card

I have a Fujifilm picture card with pictures on it, I am trying to transfer them to my computer but every time I try a window pops up saying I need to format my card.  My card has already been formatted and I cannot find any other way to get my pictures on my computer without formatting my card and obviously if I do that the pictures will be erased.  I have tried transferring them through the camera (with the card in the camera) and putting the card directly into my computer but either way wont work.  Is there any way to save my pictures?

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  • kelseynv Oct 13, 2007

    I can't see them on my camera either :( so would a card reader still be worth a try?  I have a slot in my computer that reads cards is that the same thing or is a card reader something entirely different?  How can this happen!? 



    Thanks for the advice.

  • kelseynv Oct 13, 2007

    Thanks for the suggestion I guess I can see if I can take it to someone to fix??? Is that even possible?  I have another card for now but that just sucks!  Second time this has happened!  My camera is waterproof so I am assuming the card didnt get wet but who knows?  If the card is defective can I get my money back or am I just SOL?



     



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Can you view the pictures via your camera?  Sounds like the card is corrupt. If the camera can't see the pictures either, you're out of luck.  Or you can try a card reader. Card readers cost about $20 and are easy to find.

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    Debra V Oct 13, 2007

    the card may have gotten damaged, wet, ??  Sounds like your computer has a built in card-reader.   I'd hang onto that card for now in case someone knows a trick for retrieving the data but I'd bet it's gone.  And go out and buy a new card.

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