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I downloaded the pictures from my memory card to
what the make and exact model of your camera , i can find an online manual
You will be able to delete all the images from the card - by using a menu item on the camera - or reformat the memory card in the camera - again another menu choice
I had the same problem, when I used a different computer to make sure it wasn't mine, the option of scanning it came up. It seemed like a good idea, and I was ready to try anything (I scanned the cam and the card) It worked, the scan found the problems and fixed them. Oddly enough, it was the card that had the problems, not the cam. Now my camera and card work like new. As far as I can tell, none of my pictures were lost during the scan
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I would purchase a card reader(that plugs into a usb port) for the type of memory card your camera uses, and then upload your images using the card reader instead of connecting the camera to your computer.
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I have a lexar 1gb
Are you sure the camera isn't telling you that you only have 37 pictures left to take?
Are there any up dated
If you take your camera manufacture and visit their website they will have the most updated drivers available for download. For instance, if it's a Kodak camera.. then you would go to www.kodak.com and search for the model number of your camera (usually located on the bottom of the camera or the back of the camera.. sometimes under the battery.)
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Ok i was trying to
Oops, well don't do anything to the card meaning don't put it back in the camera and start shooing images over the deleted files or they can't be retrieved. The pits of this is I can suggest any specific memory card recovery program but, what I can suggest is that you do a search using Google. I don't know what country you are in but for Canada it's www.google.ca for the US I'd say it's www.google.com enter (memory card recovery program) it's possible before you get it typed out it's already giving you options. There are several good "free" trial version that can be selected for download. Sorry for the mix up and I hope you can get your files back Happy New year
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