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My panasonic lumix dmc-fx33 is having a problem. after taking out the memory card from the cable and place it back into the camera, all the pictures were all gone. and it says reading error, which eventually says no picture to display. what has happened?

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  • ps_9019 May 01, 2010

    i was intending to transfer the pictures i took to the computer. so i inserted my camera's memory card into the cable. but it said "file corrupted and unreadable". so i took it out and placed it back to my camera only to find that all the pictures are all gone when i tried viewing them again.

  • Parshiv Luthra May 11, 2010

    from the cable .. i did not understand.

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It sounds like you've got a troublesome memory card problem.
If you really want to regain your photos there, I would like recommend you to try a memory card photo recovery freeware that can restore all your inaccessible photos back for free:
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Next time, you'd better learn a lesson to back up everything important well in case of similar data recovery problems.

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You may try this photo recovery which helped me before. You can download trial for free
http://www.asoftech.com/apr/

Please be noted that your camera memory card should show as a drive letter in your explorer, if not, you need to take out your memory card and connect using a card reader, or plug-in to card reader slot if there's any on your computer.

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As a matter of fact, it is possible to recover your lost or formatted photos from your digital camera internal memory or memory card.


First of all, you should stop saving any new files to your Panasonic camera (or SD card) or taking new pictures.


Then find some photo recovery software from the following websites, which are able to recover deleted or formatted photos and movies from cell phone, digital camera, digital camcorder, digital voice recorder, memory card, memory stick and SD card etc.


Digital Photo Recovery for Windows


Digital Photo Recovery for Mac OS X


Here are the steps:

Step 1: Download and install the Digital Photo Recovery Software.

Step 2: Connect your Panasonic camera (or SD card, memory card etc) to your PC or Mac.

Step 3: Scan the source drive where your lost pictures located.

Step 4: Recover the lost pictures and save them to another drive instead of the source drive.


Best regards!

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The memory card has corrupted the images somehow. The recovery is a 50-50 chance. Try to find a software named rescue disk from Sandisk. And try to recover the files.

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