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Problems with SanDisk 64MB SD Card - Photography

[email]ultrsonic.net[/email] (Mark) gave Roy Batty a mean glare and said: >I'm prepared to accept that I'm just hosed in this situation, but any >advice about what to do with the card now or in the future to avoid having >this happen again would be appreciated. That really s. I've been using digital cameras since 1999 and never had that happen to me. A variety of things could have happened. The card was defective, or you didn't format it in the camera before using it, or when you first put the card in the card reader the data was corrupted. It's ...

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    [email]ultrsonic.net[/email] (Mark) gave Roy Batty a mean glare and said:

    >I'm prepared to accept that I'm just hosed in this situation, but any
    >advice about what to do with the card now or in the future to avoid having
    >this happen again would be appreciated.
    That really s. I've been using digital cameras since 1999 and never had
    that happen to me.

    A variety of things could have happened. The card was defective, or you
    didn't format it in the camera before using it, or when you first put the
    card in the card reader the data was corrupted.

    It's possible that your photos are still there, if you try a data recovery
    program like Norton Unerase on it.

    SanDisk cards have a 3 year or 5 year warranty so at least you can get it
    replaced if it is defective.






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    The guests are enjoying an appetizer of raw oysters.
    The entree consists of boiled dog."
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    "Rick Deckard" <deckardbladerunnerNOSPAM.com> wrote in message
    news:onc4hv0d47lshop5gigkf0vnt5lgshlljp4ax.com...
    > [email]ultrsonic.net[/email] (Mark) gave Roy Batty a mean glare and said:
    >
    >
    > >I'm prepared to accept that I'm just hosed in this situation, but any
    > >advice about what to do with the card now or in the future to avoid
    having
    > >this happen again would be appreciated.
    >
    > That really s. I've been using digital cameras since 1999 and never
    had
    > that happen to me.
    >
    > A variety of things could have happened. The card was defective, or you
    > didn't format it in the camera before using it, or when you first put the
    > card in the card reader the data was corrupted.
    >
    > It's possible that your photos are still there, if you try a data recovery
    > program like Norton Unerase on it.
    >
    > SanDisk cards have a 3 year or 5 year warranty so at least you can get it
    > replaced if it is defective.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "You're watching a stage play. A banquet is in progess.
    > The guests are enjoying an appetizer of raw oysters.
    > The entree consists of boiled dog."
    You could try Photo Rescue [url]http://www.datarescue.com/photorescue/[/url] or one
    of the other similar programmes on the market. I've never tried it myself
    but it seems to get good reviews.

    Gerry


    Gerry H Guest

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