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CF card problem

Hi there, I am using canon powershot a80 and Transcend CF 256 Ultra 45x card. Everything was fine until now. I was on my vacation and took some cool pictures. But one day something happened. My camera shows that I can took 40 pictures. So there is about 40 mb free space. But when I switch to play mode, it shows "No image" how can I transfer that photos to my PC? thanx in advance

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Try a CF card reader. If that shows no files then try some file recovery software with the card reader acting like a drive. There are some nice freeware programs that might help. It may be that the files are corrupted then the solution is more difficult. Good Luck!

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