Question about Cameras
If it says card full then it still is. Sometimes this happens when you pull the card out before it is done ereasing. A camera shop has listings of places that can get your pictures back. You can try opening the card on your computer using a card reader, 5 bucks on up, I personally don't like using a cable from the camera to the computer- to many things can hose up that way, and it can be darn frustrating doing it that way. Get a cheap usb card reader, and it works much better.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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