I would very much appreciate any advice you can give me with my problem.
I was in Punta Cana last week; I started to take pictures on the plane on Saturday up until Tuesday evening (I took about 300 pictures). My batteries were low on Tuesday evening so I removed them on Wednesday morning and charged them for the entire day. When I put the batteries back, my pictures were gone. I know I did not delete them but I really want those pictures!
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Almost all modern digital cameras have little if any internal memory. That which they do have is usually only their to be able to demonstrate the camera's features to customers trying them out in shops, etc. It is standard practice to use removable memory cards as this allows easy transfer to computers, printers and digital picture-frames. Also if you were going away on holiday and fill the memory it is simple to replace the memory card with a fresh blank one and carry on taking snaps.
I recommend you get a 2GB 'SD' memory card to start you off. They are very cheap these days compared to recent years.
First restart your computer. Double check if your memory card is locked, this is the little switch thingy on the side of it, it should say lock somewhere near it, slide it to the part not marked lock. If this doesn't help go to your start bar, click control panel, go to printers and other hardware, click on the memory card you are trying to recognize. Then it should give you some options on what to do with it and one should be load to your standard Lexmark Imaging Studio. I hope this helps!