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Please help! help me. i just got my camera a week ago. & i took lots of great pics. well somehow i accidently deleted all my pics & i dont know how b/c i had all of them were locked. but i think i did something with the file No. but i dont know how. & now in the top right hand coner thers like paper with a blue penicil over it. i done looked at the user guide.

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Read the ininstruction on putting it all on default,,,,,,,,,,,,

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