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Card not initialised

Tried downloading pics to pc. Some pics there and ok but multiple copies, lots of photos missing (appears to be random not in any order and no files for these pics shown) and some files look like they're there but am not able to view/ open file. Camera was working fine but since linked camera to pc put card back in camera and now says card not initialized and won't take any photos. How do i resolve this and is there any way of retrieving the missing photos? As far as i know the XD card has never been formatted. Thanks.

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You can recover the missing pics off your card get, there are some image recovery programs available on the net and most camera shops will offer a card recovery service but dont format before you get pics recovered.

Not formatting a card is bad. They need to be formatted on a regular basis because deleting images from card does not remove them and the next image taken only overwrites the old ones.

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I used photorescue pc & it worked perfectly & even brought back the deleted pics

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