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I have Sandisk Extreme III 4GB memory card why after i shooting photo the file is cannot read?

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Make sure your camera is compatible with a 4GB flash card. Some only take 1 or 2 GB cards. If that isn't the issue, format your card inside the camera with the camera's format utility.

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Hi, I lost someting like 300 photos all of a sudden and for no reason in the middle of a tour of Costa Rica. I have a Canon PowerShot A720. The card is a SanDisk Extreme III 2.0 GB. My camera doesn't see...


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To recover accidentally erased data , try http://www.recovermemorycards.com/
Probably the data were erased when extracting the card with the camera still " on " , but this is only a supposition .
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I have a Sandisk Extreme III 2.0 GB and when I plugged it into my mac and click on "Get info" I get.... Capacity: 1.89 GB Available: 1.2 MB (?) Format: MS-POS File System (FAT16) I erased...


The mac still sees the "deleted" files because they're still there. I would recommend you using Disk Utility and formatting the card as "MS-DOS".

That should do the trick ;)

Or you can try emptying the trash with the card connected, it may or may not see the files and trash them. Apple's Trash program is pretty trashy ;)

Jan 13, 2011 | SanDisk Extreme III 2GB Secure Digital...

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Somehow we locked our Sandisk Extreme SD HC 4gb card. And now when we put it in the camera, it says card locked. Can anybody help how to unlock it?


SD and SDHC cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card. If the switch is already in the proper position, slide it fully the other way and then back again.

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Sandisk Extreme 4 Gig card. 151 photos on card, copied to computer. Took 140 more photos, viewed them on the camera many times. Tried to copy to computer, no photos are present in finder window and no...


try out in another computer whether the pics r there or not if there copy paste them in a separate folder in computer last time did u cut n paste or copy n paste try recalling if u have done the cut n pasting process the data will not be there in memory card

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SanDisk Extreme III 4GB, unable to retrieve the 500 images on it.


SanDisk Extreme cards are supposed to ship with RecoveryPro software which should help you get the photos back. If the software is not on your card you may be able to get it from their website or another SanDisk card.

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Sandisk extreme iii 4gb problems??


May be a problem or trash in the reader slot.

Try the card in another device connected by usb, ie, put it in a camera then connect it to the computer.

Dec 17, 2009 | SanDisk Extreme III 4GB Secure Digital...

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I took some photos on an extreme 3 card that i've used many times before, but now I can't transfer the images to a computer. I've tried two different card readers with the same result. The images are...


Connect the camera with the card in it to the PC and then allow Windows to detect the camera and pop up a menu. This menu will have the option of copying files to the PC.

Nov 08, 2009 | SanDisk Extreme III 4GB Secure Digital...

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Can't get the photos to download from Scandisk. Format issue?


if u remove the card while the cam is on then it sometimes occurs the files may get corrupted so copy all the photo to a computer then format the card then copy it again to the card then insert it to your cam all cam pics are in jpeg extension so check the extension of the pics while copying to your card.

Oct 17, 2009 | SanDisk Extreme III 4GB Secure Digital...

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Formatting 4gb sandisk


on the left side or the right side you will see a small slider. that's the lock.
http://www.purelygadgets.co.uk/images/user/products/sandisk_4gb_sdhc.jpg

the pick shows where the lock is

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