Question about Cameras
If you have already downloaded the images to your laptop via the card reader, you shouldn't have to worry about losing the images. But this might be a matter of how your image software is handling the downloads (ie. delete images/reformat after download, leave them alone, etc.) (hint: it's always best to reformat cards IN the camera). Check your software preferences. And it very well could be your memory card is wonky. Have you tried other cards and had the same problem?
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
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