Question about Photography
Insert your SD card into an external card reader and try uploading from it.
If this does not work, then try again using file recovery software (just enter "sd recovery" into your search engine) : there are many types, some may be a free download from your memory card manufacturer's website, others may only be on a limited use free trial basis and some are genuinely free. The best ones are the ones you pay for though. Your choice depends entirely upon how badly you need to recover the images, and the manufacturer's software should always be tried first unless you have a superior option already available.
After recovery you should discard and replace your memory card (major brands often have a 5 year or even lifetime replacement warranty) unless you are certain that the fault was due to your camera and not the card.
Good luck, and I hope that you recover your images. Please take a moment to rate my reply.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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