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I have a A1000 15 Canon , I had about 300 photos on the memory card, the setting was at normal and some one changed the setting to fine and now it shows no images on the memory card.. Are they deleted ?? Or is there a way I can still find them? Linda

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They are probably still there but in a different folder. If you use a card reader to download to the computer, you will see them.

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