Question about Olympus Stylus 700 / 700 Digital Camera
After taking hol pics in Bulgaria, i have been looking at pics i took all week and everything ok, but on return from holiday, I wanted to take another look and camera said, battery needs recharding, so I put camera in bag and when I returned home, i charged the battery for a while to see pics and the blue screen said NO PICTURES, they seem to have disappeared from card, card is in place and I have since taken pics with same card and seems ok, but where are my holiday pics gone can you help please?
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You must not take anymore pictures on your card. You have to use a card reader either on your computer or an external USB card reader.Put the card in the card reader, open the the program, select the drive where you recover pictures from, then click on start. Wait, for it to do it's magic.
You need to use a card reader either one already in your computer (some have one, some don't). Or buy an external USB card reader. They are around 10.00 and can be found at walmart, bestbuy, frys, probably target.
The problem with built in card readers is that they will usually only read up to a 2G card.
I was not able to recover photos by hooking the camera up to the pc with the usb cord, it just won't work.
This is the important part. Choose the pics you want to recover, then choose recover, a box comes up asking where you want to save to. Choose documents/my pictures or wherever you want to save your pictures too. The pictures ONLY save to your pc and not the card.
Format your card in the camera after you have retrieved your photos and backed them up to an external source.
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
If the pictures are not overwritten by the new ones, you can recover them back with memory card data recovery program like Card Data Recovery. It is the professional photo recovery utility that can help you recover photos, video, audio, etc. from SD card, mini SD card, microSD card,etc.
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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Posted on Mar 08, 2009
The camera may have damaged the memory card contents when the
batteries ran down. It's always best to take the memory card out
when the batteries are low, because the CPU gets all confused
when the voltage drops, and its behavior becomes erratic.
1) Take out the memory card and put it in a laptop card reader
to see if any of the pictures can still be recovered.
2) If the card looks empty, some of the data may still be there,
but you will need a professional "Data Recovery Program"
specially designed for recovering data from memory cards.
This software is expensive, but you can download a free trial version,
that will show you what data could be recovered, before you buy.
Professional recovery services are also available.
Search the Internet for:
"Data Recovery" and "Camera" and "Memory Card"
software and services.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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