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Can i retreive delated photos on a sdhc card as i have hit deleate instead of lock

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Download ZOOK Data Recovery Software. This software can recover deleted, damaged, formatted and lost data from Windows, and can support data from drives and SD cards. , Hard disk, external hard drive, memory card, SSD, etc. to retrieve permanently deleted data, very practical. Compared with similar software, this software has a variety of data recovery modes, including deleted data recovery, formatted data recovery, partition data recovery, original data recovery and disk image creation. It can support FAT and NTFS partitions and can preview deleted items. Can also restore data from hidden partitions, it is definitely a good helper for users to restore computer data.

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Yes you can recover it from third party software like EaseUS SD card recovery. Try with this
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SOURCE: deleating

you can put the memory card on you computer and delete them all from there, or delete them one by one on the camera, or reformate the memory card.

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SOURCE: I can not find a manual. I need to know how to

Click HERE to download user manual copy, need to enter 5 digits confirmation above download button at bottom of page on website.
Thanks.

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SOURCE: Im using 8gb SDHC card (scandisc) camera keeps

Some Sandisc cards cause problems with S1000fd, when using the flash.
Try updating the firmware:
http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital/download/s1000fd/fupd.html

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SOURCE: What program do I need to download my photos from my Sandisk Ultra 16gb SDHC Card

Is your card reader compatible with SDHC cards? While the card will fit into an SD-compatible card reader, it will not work unless the card reader was designed to be SDHC-compatible as well.

Posted on Nov 15, 2013

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"write protection"

I think you used a SDHC card and that is not compatible with SD.
You can use a SD card in a apparatus that can work with SDHC, but not the other way around.
Your camera ply accepts MMC and SD cards. Although there are still a few SD cards that can hold 4 Gbyte, most 2 Gbyte cards are already SDHC. To make sure you did not put the lock switch in the wrong position, I put i photo in here, the 64 Gbyte SDXC card is unlocked. The 32 Gbyte SDHC card is locked. Make sure on your card the switch is up.
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Try to be a bit more careful when you 'DELETE" because that's what it does it DELEATS Another technique often used is not to delete files instantly, but to move them to a temporary directory whose contents can then be deleted at will. This is how the "recycle bin" or "trash can" works. Microsoft Windows and Apple's Mac OS X both employ this strategy.
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Camera reads card lock when trying to take a photo

Since you neglected to specify the make and model of your camera, I'm going to assume it uses SD/SDHC cards.

SD and SDHC cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the metal contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.
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Dear sir...my camera has a protected card massege...i can take any pic..i dont know how to deleated,,,could u pls..help me... thanks alot. raeida

Look at your memory card. SD and SDHC cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.
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I BELIEVE THE REASON IS THE TYPE OF SD CARD.
THERE ARE SD AND SDHC. IF YOU ARE USING SDHC.
I BET THE ONE CARD THAT DOESNT READ IS AN HC. THIS IS ALSO TRUE WITH OLDER CARD READERS. I HAVE AN OLDER AND NEWER CARD READER.
I JUST HAPPENED TO PUT AN OLDER SD CARD IN MY NEW POWERSHOT SD1300 AND IT READS FINE, ALL NEW CARDS SDHC WONT READ.
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I can not find a manual. I need to know how to

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Deleated photos that I want. How can I retreive

If the photos are on a memory card and you haven't done anything to the card since you deleted the photos, you may be able to recover at least some of the photos. Do a Google search for "data recovery software" and select a program for you computer and operating system. Put the card into a card reader attached to your computer and run the program.
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Problem with new memory card

Hi,

I read an article about the same problem.....
Ill tell you the information about it.....

There are few situations when you find that your memory card is not functioning as expected and instead of data, you are getting few error messages:

· “CARD ERROR”
· “ Memory Card Error”
· “Card Not Initialized”
· “Read Error”

Display of either error message forces the user to think of solution as the affected memory card may be the house of the relevant digital data including photos, videos and audios.

Most of such error messages are curable through formatting the card.
As you said you have tried this already but no success......

So your card is suffering from the problem that the card is corrupt harshly.

This is the worst defect in the memory cards......So better get it changed..

The memory card corruption reveals that the data will remain inaccessible as formatting has failed to cure the issue. So the best deal would be to have photo recovery software. Photo recovery is also required in case of formatting success.
Picture recovery is quite practical through photo recovery software which benefits the users through their scanning ability and power to address each specific case of photo loss.........



Hope my info helps you.........
Thanx

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easy way to delate it is on ur mp3 player it says deleat or via ur usb on ur pc go into the drive and deleat from ther either singular or complete
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