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I imported some vacation photos from my camera's memory card in to microsoft digital image pro 10. I thought the photos were saved in my computer and I was viewing them through the progams library. I removed my memory card and then erased my memory card once it was back in my camera. I realized that after I had taken my memory card ouf of my compter the photos in the library were smaller and I was not able to edit them or share them. Now I can just see the pictures, but they appear to be in limbo on my computer. I can't find the file and it appears they were never saved anywhere. I'm wondering if there is any way to retrieve these pictures now or if I will only be able to look at them on my computer.

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SOURCE: Problem with 'seeing' edited pictures and folders when edited in Digital Image

There is a problem with file association naming! Its pretty simple if you know what you are doing! In order for your other programs to see these files you need to right click on the file and use "open with" and select the program you would like to use. That sometime fixes the problem but what you need to look for is what it says after your file name example(name.tif, name.pdf, name.jpeg)and make sure that the new computer and its software is even compatiable with the old software. Try looking for an update at the software manufactures web site. The always have a support section for customers to keep there devices/software working properly.

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SOURCE: digital image 2006 and VISTA

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=F3BA983B-8C10-44F6-9044-2BB1464937DC&displaylang=en

Redownload it from here now it works fine

Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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Do you have a autoback-up feature in the program? If so see where it creates the backup and try to use that file.

Posted on Apr 11, 2009

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SOURCE: I accidentally deleted pictures microsoft digital imaging

unfortunately there is no way you can recover the deleted photos.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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