Can I retreave pictures I have just deleted by accident? I did this by pressing he Format button by accident.. I am so sad as they were the best pictures EVER ever.. Is there some software that enables you to get them back?
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It should be no problem getting it back with recovery software. Just try to stop taking any more photos or videos to lessen the chance of overwriting your lost video. See this article for instructions on how to recover deleted/formatted videos/photos.
Error 9 is usually contributed to processing time. The camera is taking to long to process the picture that has just been taken. I would suggest downloading the pictures you have to the computer and then format the memory card in the camera it is being used in. I'm thinking that you have been deleting the pictures and not formatting, here is a diagram of the menu you need and the sets needed to format the memory card.
What you require is to format the Compact Flash Card. The CF card should be formatted when new and after every download. Format the card in the camera it is going to be used it. Constantly deleting pictures on the memory card will cause major corruptions and total failure. Formatting cleans the memory and allows the camera to communicate properly with the CF Card. I going to give you several diagrams on where to go in your camera to format. these diagrams are screen shots right from your manual.
Okay at least the memory card isn't locked or it wouldn't be taking any pictures. Couple things one is did your format the memory card before using it? Do you format the memory card after downloading pictures to the computer? Do you just unplug the USB cable or remove the memory card from a card reader before doing a safe disconnect? What I believe is that you delete and delete and delete pictures from the card and it's not corrupted with a lot of useless data residue. Short answer to your problem is format the memory card in the camera you intend to use it in. Have a great day
dump all of your photos on to your computer put the card back in the camera in playback mode, hit the menu button. in the menu, scroll over to the first settings tab. there should be a "format" option. Format your card. this *should* fix it.
Then hookup your camera to your computer. The system will recognize the device. Then run Recuva software and choose to recover the drive letter for your camera. It has an easy step by step process and you can even restore the pictures to your computer or back to the camera's memory card as well.
If you need further assistance, please let me know.