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I used a 2 gig card on a recent holiday. At the end of the trip I found out that I only had the last part of my trip. I went to the computer and found out it has two folders. I was able to download the most recent pictures but I cannot retrieve the first part of the trip, Any solution of how to get in the other folder?

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Do you get an error message when you try to copy the pics from the other folder, or you cannot find them at all? Also what is the operating system that you are currently using?

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