Question about Cameras
Probably you imported them with a software or windows video importer wizard and it has a choice in a little case which if it is checked its erasing the data after imported..to put them back you have 2 choices..either use the manager to move the data back if it has the option ..if not ..the simple way ..is to connect the camera using the data cable ..and the driver ..after that do not open any prompts..but if it has a card look into the my computer folder and locate the card from the camera cause it will be there called removable device..(storage)..open it and just copy the video back in there ..in the video folder..and that's all...if it do not have any card ..it will be probably in my computer but named by the camera name ..open it and drag the video(or copy ) into the video folder..
Posted on May 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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