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Memory card deletions--possible it is still in the camera memory if my 4 yr old messed around with it and I cannot find a year's worth of pictures? I know i should have backed it up but just did not happen. The camera screens look different and it just said ''file not found''. I am sick about it and can't find manual to camera.

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Yes it is FAR TOOeasy to do a delete all or a format card by littel fingers fiddling without knowing what they are doing. Take card out of camera and see if a cardreader reports no files.

Thyere is a utility on the net soemwhere that says it is able to undelete SD cards cost about $29.95 but is worth the money IF it works and can retrieve you 12 months of pictures

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Your camera was produced in 2005 and in those days only MMC and SD cards could be used. A few years later the SDHC came and 2011 SDXC came. devices are downward compatible. So newer cameras can use also SD cards. But older cameras can't use newer memory cards. Even a SDHC can't be used in your camera. And although I managed to buy a 4GB SD card a few years ago, now they only produce SDHC and SDXC cards. Yes be aware a 1 GB or 2 GB card now ar most of the time SDHC.
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Try to download some software from this site:
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There are more free recover program's. I have one form Sandisk, I got it for free with a sands memory card. Login on that site to and see if they still have free program's for Sandisk users.

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Then find a professional photo recovery software named asoftech photo recovery, which is of high quality and easy-to-use.

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I have memory problems. I take pictures and it appears OK on the camera. But when I put the card in a reader, it only shows pictures from over a year ago that have been deleted long ago.


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I'm working on the premise that you've deleted the photos from your camera memory or memory card.

If you have and used them since, its unlikely that you'll be able to retrieve them, you could have already over written them.

Its unlikely that you've deleted to your recycle bin, thats on your PC, usually already on your desktop. Camera's normally delete for good.

However, check your pc recycle bin, just double click onto it, it should be on your desk top. Once open you can choose to restore deleted files.

There are 2 file recovery programmes available for free from "filehippo.com" called "recuva" and "PC Inspector File Recovery 4.0". Download and install either of these onto your pc and recover from you camera memory to your pc (just create a folder on you desktop".

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Well... If it's telling you that it's write-protected, then you most likely have an SD memory card in the memory card slot.

Take this card out of the memory slot. Inspect the memory card for a small, white tab on the side of the card. Notice that this tab slides up and down. Move it in the opposite direction of it's current position.

Insert the card into the camera, turn it on and see what happens then.

Keep in mind that the camera also has built-in flash memory. If it wasn't the SD memory card, then perhaps there is a setting in the camera's options that was used to write-protect the internal memory as well? (Doubt that's the case with the internal memory, however. Never heard of a camera doing that before.)

I'm sure that checking the mem card and sliding the white tab forward will fix your problem. Let us know.

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