Question about SanDisk ULTRA II 4GB Compact Flash Card Flash

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I cannot retreive the data from my Ultra II 4.0 GB memory card. It has approx. 500 pics on it, and when I took it to be processed it appears something corruped that card. I get a message that the card is isn't. I do believe data is still stored, just can't get to it. Any ideas??

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  • Efonda Feb 10, 2009

    Stupidly, I changed my memory cards, San Disk, while the camera, Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ3, was on. I would like to get the pictures back. Can you help?

  • Anonymous Apr 18, 2009

    i have a sandisk ultra ll 4GB and i can not upload pics nothing will even pop up it does nothing



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I have a SanDisk 8G SD card that worked in my camera, but my card reader would not read, so I could not put the on my computer. I put the SD card back in the camera and could still view all of my photos, so I ran a cable from my camera to the computer (one end of the cable was USB and the other end was something smaller that would fit into the port on my camera, I don't know what it is called). The computer was able to read all of my photos through my camera, so I downloaded everything through the camera to the computer.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009


Hope you didn't reformat your card, as instructed above, that would remove all your photos.

Pick up a card reader online or BestBuy, approx $20, and load the photos on a pc. You can copy them to cd's or a portable flash drive.

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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The only thing u can try is go through my computer .. and look at your drives like the last drive maybe an h or g ... open it and see if you can access your files then.. reformat it if error.

but wait you can just take the card itself to walmart ,walgreens .. they got digital photo computers you can just plug it into and see if it finds something and print from there.

Posted on Apr 03, 2008

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