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I pressed the format options and now my camera says no images how can I retrieve my pictures

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If you formated it ..this means that you not just deleted all that was inside..but reformed the memory 's allocation units and now there is nothing to retrieve there..this is what format means...is practically assigning the memory units again ..(after size and alll...) now is just a like a new one ..never used..in regards memory..

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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I would advise that you transfer the pictures first to your PC before formatting the memory card.

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