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Pictures Lost I was looking at my Vacation Pictures (there was like 450) one night. While I was looking at one picture, I pushed the menu button and saw and thing that said FORMAT. I got a little curious and pushed it. A minute later the LCD screen said NO IMAGE. I turned of the camera and turned it back on and went to look at the pictures and again it said no image. How do I get my pictures back? Did I delete them? HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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If you can use yor camera as a card reader. ie plug it into your comp and the drive shows up then use something like this: http://www.datadoctor.in/downloads/digital-camera-data-recovery-demo.exe if you've used it many times since the format it might not find anything good luck

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