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No pictures when SD disk is out of camera

I can take pictures on the SD disk but when I take it out the pictures are not there. It says no images found. Also when I turn on the camera without a disk in it the message Memory card requires formatting That is with no memory care in it. It will not let me cancel out of that screen. It goes away if I put a disk in. Help I have pictures I cant do anything with.

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Before you do anything else find a friend who's camera takes the same memory card and try it in their camera. If it doesn't work there try cleaning the contacts gently with a pencil eraser (make sure you remove any rubber pieces left behind) There is a locking mechanism on the side of the SD card. Make sure this isn't locked. If everything still fails it looks like you could have a faulty SD card. Borrow one to try to see if the fault in the camera disappears. This camera has 32 MB of internal memory. Are you sure your pictures aren't being stored there. Read your manual and you can find out how to transfer them to the SD card once you've proved the card is working. Also check your SD card in a card reader and if there's still any problems pop it back into the camera and format it. BMW

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