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Some photos lost from the memory card.

Yesterday I shot some photos of nearly 300 in nos. After finishing the photo shoot I tried to copy all the photos to my pc using a memory card reader. But very few photos are copied and the other photos are not even shown in my pc. Some junk folders and files are been created and the size of those junk folders are more 70 GB.  But the Card size is just 2GB only. Is there any solution for recovering my photos?

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