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Can't access pictures taken

Hi Roshan,

Thanks for your reply. However, I know that the problem is with the memory card. I am not interested in getting a new card - I have lost several important photos that I want to recover from the defective memory card. Having done an internet search, there are some software packages available that claim they can restore lost data from memory cards. I would appreciate any further info you may have. Thanks again.

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  • mcacda Sep 28, 2008

    Problem: memory stick has about 1.5gb of pics. camera took pictures fine when last used now error message C:13:01 comes up on camera and no other computer can read card. all say formatting error. we don't want to lose the pics on the memory stick

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If you go to the Sony web site, they have a recovery software that you can use for free. Give that a try.

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