Question about Canon PowerShot SD750 / IXUS 75 Digital Camera
Take the card out of the camera, on the left hand side, you should see a small notch you can slide to lock and unlock. Slide to the unlock position.
If its already in the unlock position, re-insert it and check the camera - card setup menu, you may have picture protection enabled..
Once accessed you will see which pictures have survived, the only problem I can fore see is that you tried to take pictures while the card was locked, in this case, none will survive.
If you think there are files which may have been deleted, you could download and install "recuva" from "filehippo.com" then try to recover deleted files, but be sure to recover said files to a new destination ie a folder on your PC. If you recover back to your card, you will overwrite the very same files your trying to recover.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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