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Why does my camera show files for my pictures and videos but I can't view them? It says file contained no image data. What can I do to fix this to be able to view these pictures and videos that I took with this camera?

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Remove virus from ur pc the remove virus from camera card, save all data and ther format ur card from camera not from pc.
ur files got hidden

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this case will happen if you still have pictures on memory card and it hasn`t been formatted using the Nikon system

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Thats a good question. Can you view the same picture on your computer? have you edited the photos you are trying to view (even rotated them on the PC), or re-named them. If you have renamed them, you will need to change the name back to the same format as they were when taken EG: NI7000001 (similar number is OK, but must have the same amount of characters in filename) ..., connect computer and browse to folder where photos are, see if the ones you are trying to view are viewable on pc, and check their names. also see if the size of the ones you are trying to view are smaller or larger size, as they may be corrupt. I would copy them all off the camera and then format the card in the camera. A lot of problems occur when the card is not formatted for long periods of time.

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You can store any multimedia files
on your phone’s memory in My stuff
so that you have easy access to all
of your pictures, sounds, videos and
games. You can also save your files to a
memory card. The advantage of using
a memory card is that you can free up
space on your phone’s memory.
My images
My images
contains a list of pictures
including default images pre-loaded
onto your phone, images downloaded
by you and images taken on your
phone’s camera.
My images options menu
The options available to you in My
images
depend on what type of
image you have selected. All of the
options will be available for pictures
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camera, but only the Use as, Sort
by Grid (List) view
and Memory
manager
options are available for
default images.
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Move - Move an image from the
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Copy - Copy an image from the phone
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Delete - Delete an image.
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Hello!
I may be able to add some advice on how to solve this unfortunate problem of "file contains no image data". I have been suffering from the same problem. I have recently been on some amazing vacations and the photos I have lost due to this problem have been invaluable to me! I would pay an insane amount of money to get these photos back, but unfortunately I cannot!
I have a nikon coolpix camera. I contacted the nikon coolpix technical support center. I spoke with a representative who asked me what type of memory card I have. As it turns out I have a generic memory card, which is not compatable with nikon. The only memory cards brands that are indicated to be used with the nikon coolpix camera that I have are as follows: Toshiba, Panasonic, Lexmark, and Sandisk. Those are the only 4!
I was told that if you use another memory card besides the memory cards brands that I have listed... that the camera may communicate incorrectly with your memory card, which results in data that is incomplete to support an image. When this happens you will only see a portion of your image, and you cannot get it back. These bad images with incomplete saved information are called "corrupt files". The representative told me that there are some programs that are available to purchase that may be able to correct corrupt .jpg files, but she believes that they are memory card brand specific.
To put it simply, when you do not have to compatable memory card in your camera, it is as if your camera is speaking english and your memory card is speaking chinese and they are not communicating properly (this was the way the representative explained this problem to me). So check your user manual for your specific type of camera or look it up online to see what type or brand of memory card you should be using! I truly hope this helps someone avoid losing invaluable photos!

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