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yes you can there are commercial experts that do recovery job, i suggest that you try new memory on your camera and see if your camera doesn't give error, you can also try to remove your disk from your camera and connect it to your pc using specific adaptor and view its content there
Sounds like the memory stick is damaged, if you cant read it in a reader or the camera there is not much hope try a new memory stick to see if the problem reoccurs on the new one, if so then the camera itself is damaging the stick when it writes the file
either your pc card reader or adapter for sd card is at fault here....but try this way connect your camera to pc (using usb cable)...go to my computer see the new device (camera) click on it to open ...your pix are there now copy & paste (click & drag) to your folder on the pc...hope this is helpful...feel free to rate
Just insert the memory stick in to a card reader and donot try to open it. but make sure that your memory stick gets detected.Then you can use any of the file recovery softwares to recover the photographs with out formating.I generally use the free app "PC file recovery". In case your memory stick is not detected in the first place, then There is no other option other than formatting. But the recovery software can recover 90% of the photos even after formatting.
If this doesnt work, post back. I will explain in more detail.