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I was taking a picture and my camera suddenly got slow and turned off. when i tried to turn it back on i had to try a couple of times to actually get it working, then it said that "this card cannot be used". i tried putting other cards in and the camera is fine, but when I put the 1st memory card into other cameras the same problem occurred. now i'm afraid i lost all my previous pictures because even when i put it into the SD memory slot of a latop, the laptop doesn't register it. can my card be fixed?

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Hi,
Your memory card is damaged. Please try to get back your pictures at camera shop. But usually, nothing can done on defective memory card. I suggest you to back your memory card files on your computer next time to prevent this problem.
Regards, Jay

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