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I really have an old camrera a Sony Cybershot 2.0, I have SanDisk memory stick 256 MB, this was just handed down to me by mom so its really old, my laptop can't read my memory card, neither does other units here in our house , on our PC and on my sis laptop, it won't work, I tried connecting it via the cam and via a card reader but none of em won't work :(( I really need those pictures in the memory card, plsssss.

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Hello , julhean_15
Probably the pictures have accidently been erased . You could use a recovery tool such as mmCardRecovery from http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/mmCARD-Recovery-Download-16104.html
If this doesn't work , your data are probably gone for good .
Best regards ,
fanaudi .

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