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512Mb SD Card is telling me it needs reformatting

I have a Kodak brand 512Mb SD Card that I was using in a Kodak V603 digital camera. One day it told me that the disk needed reformatting. I've tried it in other cameras, on a PC, cleaned the contacts. Nothing. I can't read anything on the disk - which is a problem because all my daughters graduation pictures are there. Help!

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I had a different camera that this happened with, luckily I didn't have alot of pictures of any importance on the card., I took the card to a photo store and they could not even tell me what was wrong with it. Maybe you could try that, just bring it to a camera store, I hope they can help you.

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