Question about Cameras
Its hard to tell exactly whats has happened here. Are you sure you did not format the card by mistake?
Anyway if the card is empty the photos have been deleted somehow. What you need to do is download a recovery program to see if any information can be retrieved from the card.
Whatever you do - make sure not to take any more photos with this card until you try this first. I will refer you to this FixYa Tip which I posted on this very subject and gives a good breakdown on using a program called Recuva which is a reliable and well respected program for recovering data in situations like this.
Do let me know how you get on. If the problem is resolved please do remember to vote for the solution. Thanks.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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