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I was at the zoo taking pictures with my camera and everything was fine until suddenly the camera said it couldn't use my memory card anymore. I have a SanDisk Ultra 4GB. When I put it in my computer it said the chip needed to be formatted but I would lose all my information. How do I fix my it but keep my photos?

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Try hooking the camera directly to your computer and extracting the photos this way.
The other solution is to try and extract them via software.
Cnet has several programs to help. Click the link below to see.
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