Hi, Just got back from Vaca and my disk was almost full. My niece had her baby and went and took pics. I may have switched my card from my Kodak P712 to my M753 while on vacation. There are no some pictures that pull up in the camera as "Unrecognized file format". I don't see them show up at all on the Kodak EasyShare SIte. Does anyone know how I can get these pictures to show back up. Most I don't even know what they are but there are a few that I know are really nice. And either vacation or new baby I really want to retrieve the pictures. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Even if you point me somewhere else. Thanks in advance... Joanne
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ok do you want to delete individual file or clean it completely. if the memory card has gone corrupt the easiest solution to find out whether its gone faulty or just corrupt would be to format the memory card but this would mean losing all that is on there. to format your card 1. insert it in your computer or laptop 2. go to my computer and you should see your memory card or it may say removable disk :? (? being a letter which it will name it) 3: right click on card and select format from the drop down menu 4: select quick format and click next and all being well should be clean and ready to use again if it fails the format it generally shows that the memory card has gone faulty
There are a few utilities available on the internet that may be able to recover at least some of your files, even after you tried to format. I have used this program several times to retrieve customer data from damaged memory cards. I hope this helps.
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I would suggest reformatting your disk to your camera. We have had those issues and it has cleared it up. Be sure any pics on your camera have been backed-up as you will loose all pics while reformatting. The key is to reformat your disk to your camera (use the camera's menu to located the reformat disk section)...do not use the computer. Hope it works!
ok, I have managed to use my sandisk 512mb card to put on music...even though I didnt know you had to format the disk in phone first (I dont recommend because all my music is individual clips and not in my music file), however once you see that the music is on the card via "my files" I went to the music player and hit options...then hit "add music from" then hit "memory card"...now you must put a check mark by all the music files you want to add to the music player (or choose "all" and hit ok) This will put your chosen songs off your card into the music player and you can see the song title at the top of your player screen and use the arrows to move through your songs/clips. Choose the song and hit play.
Try a couple of these trial downloads, to see if the pics are recoverable, but it's possible that the psp formatted it to it's own file format.