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Batteries Died While Downloading

Camera batteries died while downloading pictures into iphoto. Message on camera now reads CARD NOT INITIALIZED. Am I screwed? Can I retrieve the remaining pictures from the memory card? (Fujifilm S-5100)

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Yes you can still retrieve your pictures,by using a card reader.it is a device that can use to read any kinds of memory card.

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