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Picctures got deleted.

I was going through my menu and i hit yes, and now my pics are deleted. Can I get them back? 2 GB card inserted into our computer to download the pictures and videos and only around 33 pictures survived the download and the rest of the 250 pictures and videos are gone. Are they retrievable?

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  • cheri29 Sep 07, 2008

    my sister deleted my pictures by mistake, so im trying to get them back. i have this polaroid 1533p digital camera. it just happened. help??/

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