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Canon Camera Images Corrupt

The images on the SD memory when we put it into our card reader in the un-locked position corrupts the image and we can't see it on the memory card. We get "hyrogifics" for the directory file name. I know there is software that will allow the user to view it, we've paid Wolf Camera in the past to copy images to a disk.

Any help recovering images?

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