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How do I delete photos from my powershot d 10 Sorry but this is a 12.1 blue waterproof just d 10 and I need something gone kinda quick. Thank you

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To delete a photo, bring it up on the screen and push the button with the garbage can icon...follow the on-screen instructions.

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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so u wiped ur photos off pls take care in formatting ur card FORMAT MEANS WIPE OFF EVERYTHING ok try following to recover ur photos

do not shoot more pics on ur card

just take out the card are they on card or camera if on camera then just connect ur camera to pc or if card just insert card on card reader or connect camera along with card and try this software of recovery

http://www.recuva.com/update/?v=1.21.373&l=1033

and try to recover ur files thru connecting camera normally and selecting the rem drive that appears when u connect ur camera in options of the recovering software and then scan the camera or card see if it recovers ur pics

it is also a good recovery software

http://www.pandorarecovery.com/download/

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Sorry, but you can't. Once you delete photos from a camera memory card they are gone.

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