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After formatting my Lexar card and taking a few pictures with my Nikon COOLPIX S8000, I get a message that the card is not formatted. I lose my pictures when I format the card again. Is there a solution to this problem?

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There is one attempt to recover those pictures, put memory card in memory card reader and hook it with computer, Windows will recognize memory card as storage device automatically.
Click My Computer and see any new hard drive icon that appears there, click that icon and folders to copy picture files and paste them some where, like My Pictures in your computer.
Good luck.

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