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Good day. just removed my memory card from my camera and when i inserted in my card reader, all of my files were merged to 1 file, the USBC file. how do i retrieve my pictures?

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All u have to do is explore the usbc file then u will see your picture there.then u can save it to any location you want

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

  • Molly C Jan 20, 2011

    hi i tried to your method to located explore. unfortunately there is no emplore what it has it only open. which it will ask me to choose a variety of program to open the file. how do i locate the explore? thanks

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Step 1/ Insert a USB card reader into an available USB port on your PC.
Step 2/ Insert the micro SD card into the card reader. Some card readers will only accept standard SD cards. If that's the case, insert your micro SD card into an SD card adapter and insert the adapter into the card reader.
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Step 4/ Drag and drop files to or from the micro SD card's drive letter to copy files. Alternatively, right-click and drag files and then select "Move Here" to move the files without keeping the files in the original location.
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Hi Lorinda,

There are a few different reasons why your camera may not be reading the memory card.

Troubleshooting such problems can be a little tricky, especially if no error message appears on your camera's screen.

The cause and solution may include one of the following:
    ·The card may not be the right type for the camera: First make sure the memory card you are using is compatible with your camera. For example, a SDHC memory card often will not work with older memory card readers. Even though SD memory cards are similar in size and shape to SDHC cards, they use different software for managing the card's data, meaning older readers sometimes cannot recognize the SDHC cards. Sometimes you can solve this issue by updating the memory card reader's firmware to give it the ability to deal with SDHC cards. Check the Web site of the manufacturer for your memory card reader to see if new firmware is available. It is also a good idea to check with your camera's manufacturer (on it's website) to see if an updated version of your camera's firmware is available.

    ·The card is not fully inserted in the camera. Turn off the camera, insert a card into the slot, then push to seat it.

    ·The card or a file on the card may be corrupt. Photo file corruption can occur when the battery power is too low when writing a photo file to the card, or when the memory card is removed while the camera is writing a photo file to the card. One way to check if it is the card or your camera is to try moving the memory card to a computer, then try accessing the photo file directly from the computer to see if the file actually is corrupted, or if your camera is just unable to read a particular file.
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Recuva (pronounced "recover") is a freeware Windows utility to restore files that have been accidentally deleted from your computer. This includes files emptied from the Recycle bin as well as images and other files that have been deleted by user error from digital camera memory cards or MP3 players. It will even bring back files that have been deleted from your iPod, or by bugs, crashes and viruses!
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Good day. just removed my memory card from my camera and when i inserted in my card reader, all of my files were merged to 1 file, the USBC file. how do i retrieve my pictures?


let try using the Free Memory Card Recovery software and check if that helps. Also try inserting the memory card in the Camera and connect it to the Computer and check the operation.

http://memory.brothersoft.com/memory-card-recovery-software.html

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