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SanDisk memory card error

Photos taken and displayed on new camera received today - Christmas Day. Disk taken out and put into computer to look at. Then computer reads memory card error. Have tried it back in camera and it says the same thing. Now camera wont even take photos. Have tried other disks we have and no problem. We hope we haven't lost our photos of our special family lunch.

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Re: SanDisk memory card error

Try this link, card recovery software.

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