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Computor canot read disk

The card cannot be read by the computer, the images do appear in the camera, help I need these images for work

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  • denisbugs Dec 01, 2008

    my computer cannot read my cards however photoshop can . properties say card is full but zero bytes on card at the same time camera says 20 photos left on a one gig card in raw format

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Format it with pc then with the camera

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