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When my Fujifilm XD-Picture Card is in my Olympus Digital Camera, I have 3 pics that don't show. Instead they say Picture Error! It appears that I've lost the 3 pics as a result. Can you help me?

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It sounds like the data has been corrupted. It would be best to re-format the card before continuing to use it, but first you could have a last try at getting the pictures off by using a card reader on your computer. The computer may have more luck than the camera. Good Luck!

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It sounds like the card is damaged, it should take a lot more photos than that.

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The C-50 is quite old and there are now different types of XD cards. It might be best to get a 128mb XD card.

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