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Accidently deleted pictures from memory card. They are still on the internal memory of my Sony Cybershot. How do I access those pictures to get them onto the memory card or a computer for printing? Tried a suggestion about reformatting memory card but there is no option to format anything. Please help.

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Hello

OK, well, if the pictures was on the memory card, you have 2 options.

The fist option:

Download THIS.

Download this free tool and run it on you card and it should be able to recover all pictures provided that you have not used the card since formatting. I recommend using a card reader for this.

After downloading and running (no installation required) , simply select deep scan and your memory card and it will start scanning, To recover a found file , right click it and select save.

Please note that the file names will probably not be available and also that some of the properties of the photo like date taken could be lost.


Second option:

Remove the memory card from the camera so that you will be able to access the internal memory. Follow THESE steps to transfer the photos from your internal memory to your computer. These steps should be followed without the memory card in the camera.


Please let me know when you have recovered your pictures safely or contact me if you need further assistance.

Regards
Andrea

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

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  • clnmry Sep 08, 2010

    The instructions that were suggested are how to transfer pictures from the memory card, that is not the problem, cannot access the pictures on the cameras internal memory. When connected to the computer it shows no files, will not display the "album" of pictures on the internal memory.

  • Andrea Lock
    Andrea Lock Sep 08, 2010

    Hello

    Sorry for the long wait...

    Ok, just to be clear, the second option you should do without the memory card in the camera. It usually access the internal memory once the memory card it taken out of the camera. Also, i know that the link i gave you talks about the memory card, but, you do it with your camera, not with the memory card inserted.

    Let me know if i misunderstood you.

    Regards
    Andrea

  • clnmry Sep 08, 2010

    Yes I did it without the memory card. When camera is connected to the computer it shows no files. I've tried to import anything from camera and it says no files, will not show the photos from the internal memory at all, the only way to access those pictures is from the camera and does not give a copy option for the album photos.

  • Andrea Lock
    Andrea Lock Sep 08, 2010

    OK, have you tried the first option?

    I would say at this point it will be the easier approach. After you have all your photos recovered from your memory card, you can format the the card as well as the internal memory of the camera.

    Let me know if you need halp with option 1.

    regards
    Andrea

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