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Kodak C643 died...

Help! During my vacation my Kodak C643 died! I have tried changing the batteries and the power cord and nothing works....have I lost my pictures forever?

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The pics on the memory card should still be fine.
you will have to purchase a memory card reader
they are inexpensive ,for example a usb memory sd reader goes for around 25.00
be sure it can read sd memory
the memory card is ejected next to the batteries.
http://www.dpinterface.com/reviews/canon-powershot-a430/canon-a430-side1.jpg

when you insert them in the reader it will read as another drive and you will see your pics.

Posted on May 07, 2008

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