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I don't want to format the card yet as I will lose all my photos,

My camera asking for format card, I don't want to format the card yet as I will lose all my photos, what can I do

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Did you take these photos using another camera?

If you formatted and used this memory card on another brand of camera you have no choice.

The best thing to do is download your photos and then format the card.

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