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Recovering pictures from memory card

I have a memory card, which I used only once, when I went to download my pictures onto my computer, it said no images were found. I have not deleted these pictures at all. My camera downloads to a kodak programme onto my computer, I have searched the web for help to recover these photos and have been told to look for drive E or F under my computer, then I can recover them, but as my camera downloads to the kodak programme I have no idea where to find these drives!
I am not very good with computers or cameras! So I hope this makes sense! Thanks

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Try photo recovery software to rescue the lost pictures, here are some you may rely on. Both programs can also recover videos and music.

Photo Recovery Software (for Windows)
Mac Photo Recovery Software (for Mac OS X)

Be careful: Before your pictures are recovered, do not attempt to save more files to the memory card(digital camera) in case the original files(your pictures) are overwritten.

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OK! Don't worry! In my personal experiences, your problem could be resolved in these three ways:
1). Try to unhide these files.
According to your description, your files may be hidden anyway. Try to show them all up again:
Start => Run => Type in "control folders" and press "OK" =>Click "View" and hook "Show hidden files and folders"=> Press "OK"
2). Scan your camera with antivirus tool
Sometimes, the virus also would hide the files make them invisible for you. So, just try to do antivirus scan on your computer. (You should take care not to delete some needed files in the process.)
3). Restore your files back by using a camera memory card data recovery freeware.
This problem also could be caused by the camera memory card problems. So, if you want to save these files, you'd better try to use a camera memory card data recovery freeware that always could help retrieve the inaccessible files back for free:
http://www.freeware-fix.blogspot.com/2013/03/memory-card-recovery.html

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Hodo Photo Recovery offers Windows users a great way to recover lost, deleted or formatted photos, music, video files and other multimedia files from digital camera, external hard drives, laptops and desktop, USB Drives, and memory cards. It supports scanning of storage devices with storage capacity up to 2TB and comes with many flexible options to facilitate your image recovery.

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