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I have a memory card that hold 700 or so pictures,

I have a SanDisk 2gb memory card and a brand new 1 month old canon camera that hold 700 or so pictures, but now is only showing 15 pictures on my camera as appose to the 200 that i have already taken. it says my memory is being taken up by these 200 photos ive previously taken, but they are not there. how do i get them back

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It could be, that what you are seeing, is the INTERNAL memory is being taken up with your pictures. Connect your camera to your computer with a USB cable and you will probably find them.

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