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Picture card I took pictures of my entire summer, i accidently took out my picture card out, and when i put it back in, and turned it on, the screen said card setup: power off and format, if i chose format, it would erase all my pictures. How do i get back to taking pitures without erasing all my pictures and keeping the memory card?

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You can buy a cheap multi card reader at an office supply store, Best Buy, a computer store or a photographic supply. Use the card reader to read your memory card from your computer

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