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Coolpix lost pictures

I copied them on my computer. It stops at the same place - if I use the IRFAN viewer, it displays half of a picture. The remaining pictures will not display.

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  • sandymacd Jul 12, 2008

    I had originally cut the files from camera, and put them on my hard drive. When I tried to display them, the first 200 displayed, and the last 150 would not.

  • sandymacd Jul 12, 2008

    I did a recovery from the storage card, and the files still would not display from the same point on. Any other ideas?

  • Ekse May 11, 2010

    it stops? can you view the rest of the pictures in the camera, do you see them as files but cant open them?

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Would probably have to use a file recovery program to recover the pictures from the storage card.

I have been useing this program for few years
http://www.quetek.com/prod02.htm

I actually have a copy of that program and could attempt to recover the images over with remote desktop without you haveing to buy the program.

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