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I have a Compact Flash card of 512mb (CF card) i use this card in my nikon D70, i went to my friend house and tried connection my camera to his comp to download image, but my friend machine was infected by virus, the soon i tried connected to computer my card got courepted and all the photos were not to be seen. i tried to recover from the recover pro software, but it only shows only thumbnails, and it dosent open the images and even i cannot copy and save the image files, can anyone help to recover the images cause those images are very important. i have formated once my cf card after the error. and now iam not using the card in case i dont want to re-rite on the existing images. can any one help?

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Guide to recover deleted photos from Nikon D70?
Connect Nikon with PC
Using a USB cable or putting SD card into an SD card reader to connect Nikon with Computer.
Scan Nikon d70- Running the Nikon Photo Recovery,you can choose Nikon media drive and click "Start Scan" for scanning
Recover deleted photos
After scanning, you will see all recoverable media photos and videos with file type. At last, click "Recover" to recovering deleted Nikon D70 photos.
This Photo Recovery also can recover all photos files from Nikon D3100 like JPEG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, etc. Support all Nikon camera.
For full details please refer to Nikon D70 Manual.- https://guideusermanual.com/product-name-d70-manual&po=4425&lang=English

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SOURCE: Camera read CF card, but cannot see on USB or other media

You can connect the camera to the computer via a USB cable and use the camera as the card reader. It will show up as a mass storage device. You should then be able to copy the images to your PC and format the card once recovered.

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SOURCE: Compact Flash Problems

Dynamite,
have you tried to reformat the CF card?  If you deleted the image through your computer and not with the camera, the computer may have removed more than what was needed...

SteveK

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SOURCE: DSLR - Camera stuck in formatting mode

Hi!
if you want use the 4G you make sure your memory cards is compatible to 4G. then now you have got stuck when you back the 512!? all you have to do is to reformat your camera in to software. Thanks!!!

Posted on Nov 02, 2007

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SOURCE: problem with importing images to laptop(macbook) from nikond200 trough data cable

Camera must be in point-to-point USB mode for remote tethering to work.
In menu with wrench icon, make sure USB is set to "P" point-to-point.

Posted on May 16, 2008

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SOURCE: Camera read CF card, but cannot see on USB or other media

Hey jenmar63,
There are multiple photo recovery programs out there that usually do a fairly good job of recovering images off of memory cards. I would search the internet for photo recovery programs and you should get multiple results with some being free and some at a charge. I would try the free ones first since just because one program doesn't work doesn't mean another program won't. I hope this helps!

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