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I have a Nikon D40 and Picture Project software. After dozens of hours editing and weeding through my photos (all were in individually named folders, about a dozen since my Dec. purchase), I thought I would delete the duplicate (or so I thought) folder called All Transfers and that deleted everything -- all of my individually named folders with all my editing ,e tc. Please get all of my pictures back!!!

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There's a couple things to try so dont panic... yet.
first I need to know if you used the software everytime you connected your camera to the computer or did you save them on the computer and then use the software to organize them. From the sounds of it. You used the software from the getgo.
Did you ever format your memory card since the downloads or did you just delete the photos?
Let me know about those and I will try to duplicate the situation on my computer to see where to go from here.

Let me know,
Caleb

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