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The DCIM folder was deleted from my sony memory stick. How can I relaod this?

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Assuming this is for a camera, put it back in the camera, using the camera's set up menu, re-format the card. (This deletes all data so make sure you've removed any photo's you want to keep before hand) Once completed, take a photo, the file system should be re-established.

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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