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Digital memory card

My cam says the card is fuly yet there are no images anymore.i want to retrieve my pictures that are suppose to be in the memory card

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Re: digital memory card

Cards can go bad, but usually this happens only after a long period of time (years), or if exposed to a magnetic force of some kind.
You can try a few things to resolve it:
1. Try reformatting the card, if the device can process data on it.
2. Insert the card into a card reader on a PC to see if the drive can be read. If you can read the card, remove all data and empty the trash, then reformat it.
3. If you get an error on that as well, replace it.
It's not worth risking that you might lose your valuable pictures to unstable media.

Posted on May 30, 2008

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