Question about Canon PowerShot SD960 IS Digital Camera
The card format can be damaged by removing it while its being written to .. also sometimes if the battery goes dead while its writting to the card .. .. if it is damaged then reformattting it will erase your pictures but will likely return the card to service .. if you want to recover your photos then dont reformat until you have run a recovery program ... google "photo recovery" .. there are many choices for software that can recover most or all your pictures ... if you look around you might find a free version or at least low cost .. you can find "photo recovery reviews" that can tell you what is best .. if your camera can still read the files then you can hook up a usb cable and download from the camera .. if the card format is damaged however then the camera wont read it either .. there are also "photo recovery services" .. that will restore your photos for a fee ...
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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