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Lost Images I have recently taken numerous images( about 250) which have been stored on a new 1Gb memory card. I reviewed some of the images at the time so know they were on the card. On returning home i have attempted to download the images to find there are now only 156 pictures remaining. I have checked for any other memeory stores but there is nothing else on the card and know the numbers are well within the capacity limit. Any ideas where these images may have gone please? Many Thanks.

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  • lgolf2 Dec 16, 2007

    Took several pictures yesterday of grandson, then this morning accidentally change to RAW format. All images from yesterday are gone, but RAW images (9 of them) are fine. Have tried a couple of recovery tools, with no success. 256MB disc involved.

  • Vegameister Jan 05, 2008

    Jackboy, i got the same problem but worse - I had 300 images, played back a few, then took more pictures. Went home, and when i played back the photos, card reader says "no image." How in the world would this happen and can I fix it. This was on a Samsung s630. I tried putting the card in my printer, and in another camera. It says "no image."

  • Aurithecat Apr 15, 2008

    I had over 680 images on my 4 GB SD card taken w/ my Nikon D40. I transferred them to my PC using Nikon Transfer. I am now only able to view 42 of those images. The other files are there, but cannot be opened. I am able to obtain info about the files via properties (JPEG, 2.7 MB etc....). Has anyone come across this issue before?...if so how were you able to recover the files? I've tried to open the files using multiple image viewers (including Nikon ViewNX). Some of the programs freeze up completely when I attempt to open the problem files (Picasa, MS Image viewer, Adobe PS).

  • Anonymous Jun 06, 2008

    I have overviewed all pictures on my memery card. I took the card out of camera for a reason. Then put it back. After putting back, I got "No image or sound" on the screen. I cann't find any image I saw before i took the card off.

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You may have possibly partially transferred images to the computer - are they anywhere to be found? You may have whilst taking images altered the resolution setting thus reducing the capacity of the card. Download this and run the memory card through it it will pull up any missing images. www.pcinspector.com or www.konvar.com downd load the program, install it and direct it to the plugged in camera in the download mode. Also get hold of a card reader, saves on batteries and this sort of problem

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